Crytek co-founder Cevat Yerli talked about the future of gaming graphics in his keynote at GDC Europe, you can read about it over here.
In his keynote at GDC Europe, Crytek co-founder Cevat Yerli discussed the "future of gaming graphics" from the perspective of the German developer and CryEngine maker, defending the company's high-spec PC games and revealing that Crysis 2 will be more console-specific in terms of tech.
His comments came as part of a wider discussion on Crytek's history and engine. The company started in 2001 when many titles were gritty, corridor-based titles. So the company decided to go in essentially the opposite direction and make an open world, bright, detailed game -- obviously difficult, given the technical specs of PC hardware at the time..