The Collectables Is Crytek's First Mobile Free To Play Game

Posted: Dec 12 2013, 11:19am CST | by , in News | Gaming

 

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The Collectables will launch in 2014

Crytek is a company that is famous for high-end PC games like Crysis. Crytek also makes the gaming engine that is used by a lot of developers for other games called Cryengine. Crytek has announced that it has teamed up with DeNA to make a new mobile game.

The game is called The Collectables and it will be available on the iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. The game will be offered through the DeNA Mobage platform. The game blends action and tactics together with players leading a squad of unconventional soldiers.

Gamers can upgrade their weapons and abilities before each mission. There are different types of mission that players can enjoy. Gamers can pre-register for the game and be notified when it launches. The game will be free, and will undoubtedly have in game purchases. Those that pre-register will get an exclusive RELOAD character in the game with limited-edition gear.

"DeNA offers unparalleled experience in the mobile gaming space, and we're excited to be collaborating with their team to deliver The Collectables to players," stated Paha Schulz, Director of Business Development, Games-as-a-Service at Crytek. "The Collectables will be the first free-to-play mobile game that leverages Crytek's cutting-edge 3D game technology CRYENGINE."

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