Crysis Remastered Gets A Release On September 18 For PC And Consoles
Today, Crytek has shared that Crysis Remastered will hit these remaining platforms PC And Consoles on September 18, 2020. The launch follows a delay while Crytek and Saber Interactive punched up the game’s visuals, after leaks of a trailer and screenshots were poorly received.
This news was accompanied by technical teaser trailer showing some of the improvements, including 8K textures, ray-traced reflections, new lighting and more. You can check out the trailer below.
The original Crysis launched in 2007 and became famous for visual fidelity that pushed the limits of PC gaming hardware of the day. The lackluster, previous-generation visuals seen in the trailer and screenshot leak fell short of that reputation, which Crytek acknowledged in a message announcing the remasters delay.
The remaster was originally pegged for a July 23 release, but only a lower-quality Nintendo Switch version launched that day. On PCs with Nvidia RTX GPUs, as well as Xbox One X and PS4 Pro, the game will also feature ray tracing.
The game isn’t up for pre-order at different retailers yet but that should change very soon. Crysis Remastered is coming to Xbox One, PC and PS4. The PC version is exclusive to the Epic Games Store.