We have been seeing small leaks for several months and even obvious signs from EA and Crytek, suggesting the return of Crysis in order to melt all the graphics cards that the game could get his hand on. Well, after Crysis' Twitter started breathing again at the beginning of the week, the game was confirmed during yesterday. However, I got the feeling that the ‘hardware melt’ is going to get in the way.
Crysis Remaster is confirmed! On the way to the PC and consoles… Yes, even the Switch will receive a version
Therefore, the famous Crysis that served as a benchmark for several years in the PC world, capable of pushing any graphics card of that generation to the limit, will now return to the world of the PC but also to the world of consoles! Bringing with it a renewed and 'supposedly' super powerful game engine. After all, in addition to the improved textures, we will see the use of technologies such as VRS, Ray Tracing, and of course… 4K resolution.
However, contrary to what many fans might be expecting, Crysis Remaster will be released for the PC, but also for the current generation of consoles, including even the significantly less powerful Nintendo Switch. Which is strange, but expected, after all we are talking about EA. That is, Crysis Remaster is going to be a release to make the fish pay off, not to torture the new generation of PC hardware.
Well, after this confirmation, it remains to wait for some more details, and also confirmation of dates. After all, if the game is going to be released just for this generation of consoles, I would expect a release before the end of the year. Otherwise, we would have some mention of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
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