‘Crysis Remastered’ releases this September for PC, Xbox One and PS4

'Crysis Remastered' releases this September for PC, Xbox One and PS4

Crysis Remastered has redeemed itself with its recent trailer showing off top-notch graphics that got fans excited for September 18.

After receiving a lot of flak from fans over the previously leaked Crysis trailer, the developers have put a lot of effort in drastically improving the graphics.

So far, the game has received positive reviews from Nintendo Life. Crytek also improved the Nintendo Switch port through its latest patch by letting users adjust their gyro aiming settings.

With gamers immersed in the unique tech features of Crysis, it looks like the PC and console users have something to look forward to.

Crytek abuses ray-tracing and other graphic overhauls

From the looks of the tech trailer, it seems that the team paid further attention to world details further immersing the player into the Crysis environment.

They maximized ray tracing to show off realistic reflections in-game which the Nvidia GTX 2060 is known for. On top of that, Crytek also showed off 8K textures for the game which would attract PC users with hardcore gaming specs.

Crysis Remastered becomes an Epic Games PC exclusive

In addition to the September announcement, Crytek also unveiled their Steam sale this month on their other titles. Bad news for Steam users as Crysis Remastered has been reported to be exclusive on the Epic Games Store.

You can pick this game up on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the Epic Games Store for PC users. Let’s hope that Crysis Remastered lives up to the hype and does not leave a lot of technical issues similar to what Horizon Zero Dawn has received upon its first week of release.

Featured image courtesy of Crysis/YouTube Screenshot

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