Ryse News

Crytek breaks silence, closes multiple studios

"Undergoing such transitions is far from easy…"

Crytek once again in crisis

Staff suffer delayed wages, future of company in doubt.

FTC: Machinima "deceived" consumers with Xbox One videos

"When people see a product touted online, they have a right to know whether they're looking at an authentic opinion or a paid marketing pitch."

Ryse PC release date revealed

Steam publishes system requirements.

Xbox One launch title Ryse: Son of Rome announced for PC

Out later this year with 4K resolution support.

Crytek comes forward about its recent financial woes

But only after securing additional funding.

Ryse's previously announced challenge editor mode has been canned

To focus on "free content updates and purchased add-on packs."

Microsoft testing cheaper digital pricing for Xbox One games

UPDATE: Ryse reduced to £34.99 tomorrow.

Microsoft hikes price of Xbox One exclusives by £5

"Ultimately pricing and promotions will vary by region."

A new generation: a new price-point for games

"The market will determine what's appropriate over time."

Xbox One outsells Xbox 360 two-to-one in UK launch

UPDATE: Sold around 150,000, report claims.

All the Xbox One launch games and their install sizes

UPDATE: More download prices added, including FIFA, Forza and Dead Rising.

Microsoft Studios' Phil Spencer on Resolutiongate and Kinect

"Games should be defined by more than their framerate and resolution."

Xbox One exclusive Ryse: Son of Rome Season Pass announced

Multiplayer maps, a new mode, skins, events, weapons and armour.

Digital Foundry | Xbox One exclusive Ryse runs at 900p

Full HD off the table for Crytek's showcase. Digital Foundry assesses the news.

Xbox One dashboard demoed in video leak

Instant game loading, switching shown off.

Xbox One release date announced

UPDATE: Retailers list loads of different bundles.

Microsoft points to all-in-one nature of Xbox One in price debate

"Price is important. There's no doubt about that."

Day One Editions of Forza 5, Ryse, Dead Rising 3 detailed

Xbox One launch titles get extra content for limited time.

Crytek combats Ryse QTE concern with improved AI

"The QTE thing, yeah, we totally get it."

Microsoft explains Ryse micro-transactions: "There's nothing sinister, we promise"

"I really want people to understand it's optional and just convenience."

£5 Halo: Spartan Assault released

Plus, Ryse digital comic grants "early leg up" in Xbox One game's multiplayer.

Crytek's Ryse confirmed as an Xbox One exclusive

Controller-based gameplay “enhanced” by Kinect.