Software developer Crytek opens Istanbul office

Sabah – Gaming software company Crytek, famous for its CryEngine technology used in popular titles such as Crysis and FarCry, opened a development studio in Istanbul to better serve the growing digital entertainment markets of the country and the Middle East and North Africa regions.

“Crytek Istanbul’s opening will enable the company further grow in a country a with great potential and expand into new markets.”, Crytek CEO, Cevat Yerli said at the launch ceremony, also attended by Türkiye’s Minister of Science, Industry and Technology, Nihat Ergün. The company plans to invest EUR 20 million in its Istanbul studio, creating 150 high skill jobs over the next 5 years.

Founded in Germany by three Turkish brothers in 1999, Crytek has development studios in 8 countries, creating award-winning gaming titles for various gaming platforms.

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