Cevat Yerli

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Cevat Yerli
Cevat Yerli at gamescom 2009 PNr°0129.JPG
Cevat Yerli at gamescom 2009
Born 1978 (age 35–36)
Coburg, Germany
Known for Co-founder, CEO & President of Crytek.

Cevat Yerli (born 1978 in Coburg) is a Turkish-German computer game developer. He is the co-founder, CEO and President of Crytek, one of the largest video game developers in Germany. Yerli is the son of Turkish immigrants in Germany. He founded Crytek in 1997 and formally turned it into a company in 1999. His brothers, Faruk and Avni, joined Crytek in 2000 and 2001, respectively.[1][2] The company developed games such as Far Cry and the Crysis series.[3] Cevat Yerli has been the director and executive producer on nearly all of the company's games.[4]

Games Directed[edit]

Year Game Notes
2004 Far Cry
2007 Crysis
2011 Crysis 2 Main Theme composed by Hans Zimmer
2013 Crysis 3
2013 Ryse: Son of Rome Codirected with Rasmus Højengaard

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