If you’ve been awaiting the release of Crysis Remastered on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, here’s your first look to see just how far the remaster has taken the game since its initial launch back in 2007.
While many fans are still awaiting the release of Crysis Remastered on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, Crytek wants you to know exactly where, when, and just how farr you can expect their upcoming remaster of the 2007 classic to go.
New enhancements feature brand-new graphics, performance upgrades, responsiveness to the game, better controls, and well, just about everything you would expect from a game in modern times. The strangest part of it all? The new trailer is in 8K. Not 4K, but rather, 8K, which seems to show that the game could very well be going to 8K for PC and next-gen console owners.
PC and next-gen owners (we all know a next-gen version will be there) can expect features such as raytracing to current-gen consoles on non-RTX GPUs, 8K graphics capability (those RTX 3090’s will be getting some work done), rippling caustics, and, well, plenty more. You can check it all out in the trailer below.
The PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions are set to release on September 18th, with the Nintendo Switch version now available.
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