Companies have promised to talk about their project “soon.”
In her blog, Crytek announced that it had become a partner of Epic Games and Improbable, working on the SpatialOS cloud platform.
Together with Improbable, the studio intends to create a complete set of tools based on SpatialOS for developers using its CryEngine engine. The first masterpieces are already used by the creators of the “royal battle” Mavericks: Proving Grounds from Automaton.
In addition, Crytek announced that, together with Improbable, it is working on a certain AAA game based on CryEngine and SpatialOS. The first details of the company promised to tell “soon.”
SpatialOS is a cloud based platform for developing multiplayer games on PS4, Xbox One, iOS, Android and PC, by default supporting cross-play and integration of any engines.
In September 2018, Aarin Flynn, the former general manager of BioWare, joinedCasey Hudson, who returned from Microsoft , to Improbable working on SpatialOS .
Epic Games sided with Improbable, deciding to open with it a $ 25 million fund to support developers using Unity and the SpatialOS platform, and wanting to change the engine.