Update 7/1/20: Crytek has confirmed that a Nintendo Switch version will be coming. On top of that, they are delaying the official reveal and release date. Here is the statement […]
Update 7/1/20: Crytek has confirmed that a Nintendo Switch version will be coming. On top of that, they are delaying the official reveal and release date. Here is the statement they released.
A few months ago, everyone was excited to find out that a Crysis Remastered was in development. Crysis has always been a series that has pushed the boundaries of video game graphics. Knowing that a fan-favorite series would return in the form of a remaster was great news because if it sells well, that means that Crysis 4 would have to come. Unfortunately, after some leaks, it does not seem like Crysis Remastered will be pushing any boundaries with it graphics. However, let us dive right into these leaks.
Thanks to Microsoft, we now have access to Crysis Remastered’s trailer, screenshots, and of course its release date. You could argue that it’s just a place holder, but the last two times that Microsoft leaked games, they were accurate (Mafia: Trilogy and Star Wars Squadrons).
Crysis Remastered will be releasing on July 23rd of 2020. We also know that it will have a 7.01 GB download size. The description says the following:
“The classic first person shooter from Crytek is back with the action-packed gameplay, sandbox world, and thrilling epic battles you loved the first time around – now with remastered graphics optimized for a new generation of hardware.
Suit up: Your Nanosuit’s speed, strength, armor, and cloaking allow creative solutions for every kind of fight. Adapt: In an ever-changing environment, adapt your tactics to dominate on battlefields ranging from frozen jungle to alien environments.
Customize: A huge arsenal of modular weaponry provides unprecedented control over play style, with options ranging from the experimental to the alien.
Conquer: Life-like enemy AI require a strategic and flexible playstyle, as new challenges – including a zero-g battlefield– require players to take the offensive and be proactive.
Explore: Choose your own path through the open world of Crysis, destroying obstacles, driving vehicles, and using the environment itself against your enemies.”
As you can see by the screenshots, the graphics aren’t anything to write home about. However, what about some game-play? Well here is Crysis Remastered in real-time during its trailer which was recorded off of a PC meaning the graphics may be a step down if your planning to play this on consoles.
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