Developer Ruffian Games, which was formed by ex-RealTime Worlds staffers, has revealed in a series of job listings that the company is working on at least one new game that uses CryEngine 3.
One recentis seeking a senior engineer who is experienced with the game engine. Additional evidence was spotted on Sean Noonan's LinkedIn , which included several unannounced projects at Ruffian Games, including numerous references to CryEngine 3.
The possibility of a Crackdown 3 is not out of the question, as the developer has expressed interest in making another Crackdown game. Ruffian developed Crackdown 2 back in 2010.