Crytek is, however, proud of its achievement and feels there's scope for a (possibly multi-platform) sequel, once next generation consoles sell enough to support one.
"Our goal always was for Ryse to be at the forefront of a next-generation console launch, which we have done," he said. "Ryse has received tremendous promotion and IP awareness. And Ryse is our IP. We do what we want to do with the future of Ryse. This is important."
So put it on both PS4 and XBO! Increased install base achieved. Also, while you're at it. Give us more than just a sword to fight and combo with. Let me use a spear, bow, two swords as a main! Diversify the experience and you'll get a far better reception than you received with the original Ryse. That includes diversifiying the enemy combatants. --- We're representatives from your nation's government. Detroit Sports Rule!!! - Millen is gone forever!!!!!!!!!!
just make dlc and keep the same game might be easier for them and better for all of us who still have the game
The problem is, according to the CEO anyway, that they're disappointed with sales so far on next gen. Releasing DLC for a game who's sales you're disappointed in isn't a great idea. Sure it'd be great for us who own the game but if it doesn't end up benefitting the company enough it's a net loss as the game won't get much more investment from the company if there isn't an ROI that justifies it. --- We're representatives from your nation's government. Detroit Sports Rule!!! - Millen is gone forever!!!!!!!!!!