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  1. The popular Xbox One ''exclusive'' Ryse: Son of Rome is getting a PC release this fall on digital download locations like Steam, and full retail releases handled by Deep Silver. Ryse: Son of Rome was a very poorly received game by most critics, with the general public calling the game mediocre, needing quite a bit of work, and with the hype already dead and buried, this news may surprise you. According to IGN.com, Crytek has announced that due to community demand a PC release is underway, for digital download and retail, following the path of Xbox One exclusives like Dead Rising 3 and Titanfall. Crytek has said that the game will include all add-ons, some that were originally exclusive to the Day One Edition of Ryse on the Xbox One, and 4K resolution. Crytek made a long statement, saying, "We’ve given our team the opportunity to show what CRYENGINE can really achieve, without compromising quality. . .Ryse will be a benchmark PC graphics showcase this year and probably for a long time in future. Our community asked for a Ryse PC version, and we have the means and technology to deliver this title with the highest quality possible.” Removing all of the praise to PC Hardware, Crytek is basically stating how the community of fans for the game wished for a PC port remastering the quality, and that's what they're doing. No release is confirmed, but it is coming sometime in the fall, if it doesn't get delayed. View attachment: news_photo_42034_1403717986.jpg What do you think about this news, has this destroyed any incentive to buy or own an Xbox One? Discuss it below, thanks for reading the article!
  2. The popular Xbox One ''exclusive'' Ryse: Son of Rome is getting a PC release this fall on digital download locations like Steam, and full retail releases handled by Deep Silver. Ryse: Son of Rome was a very poorly received game by most critics, with the general public calling the game mediocre, needing quite a bit of work, and with the hype already dead and buried, this news may surprise you. According to IGN.com, Crytek has announced that due to community demand a PC release is underway, for digital download and retail, following the path of Xbox One exclusives like Dead Rising 3 and Titanfall. Crytek has said that the game will include all add-ons, some that were originally exclusive to the Day One Edition of Ryse on the Xbox One, and 4K resolution. Crytek made a long statement, saying, "We’ve given our team the opportunity to show what CRYENGINE can really achieve, without compromising quality. . .Ryse will be a benchmark PC graphics showcase this year and probably for a long time in future. Our community asked for a Ryse PC version, and we have the means and technology to deliver this title with the highest quality possible.” Removing all of the praise to PC Hardware, Crytek is basically stating how the community of fans for the game wished for a PC port remastering the quality, and that's what they're doing. No release is confirmed, but it is coming sometime in the fall, if it doesn't get delayed. What do you think about this news, has this destroyed any incentive to buy or own an Xbox One? Discuss it below, thanks for reading the article! This post has been promoted to an article
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