Will continue to support the PC, but no longer as an exclusive release platform.
Speaking to PC Play Magazine, Crytek president Cevat Yerli has revealed that piracy of PC games is such a massive problem that it has forced the Crysis developer to move to multi-format releases.
"We are suffering currently from the huge piracy that is encompassing Crysis," said Yerli. "We seem to lead the charts in piracy by a large margin, a chart leading that is not desirable. I believe that's the core problem of PC Gaming, piracy. To the degree PC gamers that pirate games inherently destroy the platform."
Yerli continued: "Similar games on consoles sell factors of 4-5 more. It was a big lesson for us and I believe we won't have PC exclusives as we did with Crysis in future. We are going to support PC, but not exclusive anymore."
He didn't say it, but this all but confirms that future instalments in the Crysis franchise will be coming to home consoles and PC. We thought Crysis was a top-notch FPS and it certainly deserves to be played by a larger audience, one which consoles should give it.