Crytek co-founder Avni Yerli discussed the damage the company's recent financial woes did to its reputation, explaining to MCV that a longer and more expensive than anticipated "transition to an online company" was the root of the problems. He says they now have a framework in place for the next couple of years, and says they can restore their good name with some good games. "I am sure it has damaged our reputation, but for Crytek it is about focusing on our core competency, which is making really high quality games," Yerli explains. "When we deliver those games we will hopefully be back on track, and people will see Crytek in the way that it deserves to be seen."
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