Speaking to web site Videogamer.com, Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli revealed that – after the company is done wrapping up its currents projects – all of its future game releases will be free-to-play. Yerli also said that he has become a little bit sick of DLC and premium gaming services that are "milking customers to death."
The next game from Crytek, a multiplayer first-person shooter being developed at Crytek Kiev, will serve as the company's first free-to-play title.
"As we were developing console games we knew, very clearly, that the future is online and free-to-play," said Yerli. "Right now we are in the transitional phase of our company, transitioning from packaged goods games into an entirely free-to-play experience."
You can check out the rest of Yerli's comments on Videogamer.com. They promise a full interview with the Crytek front man sometime next week.