Ryse Will Be An Xbox One Exclusive, But It’s Changed Quite Drastically
Remember Ryse? Crytek revealed their first-person medieval title at E3 2011 as a Kinect exclusive experience, shortly after which the game fell off the map completely. For most, it wasn’t entirely a bad thing considering how terrible the first iteration of the Kinect was, but after the vast improvements to the motion controller were revealed during the Xbox One event, Crytek has confirmed that Ryse is now a next-gen title exclusive to the One. However, it’s not Kinect exclusive anymore.
Ryse has been somewhat transformed, moving from a Kinect-only title to a Kinect “enhanced” title, which will allow gamers to use their controller and the Kinect together during gameplay. Although Crytek refused to go into detail just yet, a countdown in Roman Numerals on the game’s official site suggests that we’ll be hearing, and hopefully seeing, moire of Ryse soon, and how Kinect has taken on a more backseat role.
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Sure, it’s not the game everyone is falling head over heels for, but it could be one of the first titles to restore some faith in Kinect 2,0 and hopefully demonstrate how it can be used in conjunction with traditional controller use. There’s a lot riding on this, so I for one hope for Crytek to seriously blow us away with what they have.
Expect more and more talk concerning some of the 15 exclusives (8 of which are new IP’s) that Microsoft promised for the Xbox One in it’s first year, as we edge closer and closer to E3.