An unsanctioned peek at the early development stages of a video game is always interesting, even if that game is Ryse: Son of Rome, the failed launch title for the XBox One. Though it came out in 2013, the game was in development at Crytek all the way back in 2006, and was originally intended for the XBox 360. And that’s not all…
Ryse: Son of Rome
With April not too many days away, Microsoft have revealed the games that will make up the next month’s Games With Gold. As is usual, the collection comprises two Xbox One titles and two Xbox 360 titles, though all games are playable on the new console through backwards compatibility.
Crytek has announced that Ryse: Son of Rome will be coming to PC on October 10.
Ryse: Son of Rome will be released this fall for the PC, developer Deep Silver announced today. Crytek will publish the digital release while Deep Silver will publish the physical release. The PC version of Ryse will contain all of the downloadable content currently available for the Xbox One version and will support resolutions up to 4K.
At gamescom today, Microsoft Studios together with Crytek, debuted Gladiator Mode, the cooperative multiplayer experience of Ryse: Son of Rome and an in-depth look at never-before-seen features and refinement to the game’s combat.(more…)