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Wednesday, 19 January 2011 09:20

Kingdoms to push 360 to the limits

Written by David Stellmack
xbox360

No idea if it will offer Kinect support yet
The Xbox 360 exclusive title known as Kingdoms that is being developed by Crytek for Microsoft will be one of the next titles to push the Xbox 360 console to its absolute limits, or so Cevat Yerli, CEO of Crytek, has been telling the media.

Little is actually known about the title which was first announced in a trailer during last year’s E3 press conference. Beyond knowing that the title is in development, little has managed to leak out about the title. Sources seem to believe that we could learn more about Kingdoms at E3 this year, but that has yet to be confirmed.

As for Kinect support for Kingdoms, it is still up in the air. Sources tell us, however, that right now it seems unlikely, but you never know. From sniffing around it appears that this new IP will be something different; but while the title is said to only be about 20% complete, it certainly isn’t a God of War clone as some in the media have suggested.


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