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Crytek is currently working on a brand new to be announced AAA title, as a new job posting suggests, and it could be a sandbox FPS. Fingers are pointing towards a new IP but equally to the leaked Crysis Battle Royale game that was leaked not too long after Crysis Remastered launched.
Well it’s finally here, and oh boy is it a doozy. Cyberpunk 2077 just released and just like everyone suspected, performance is a bit on the demanding side. In fact, Cyberpunk 2077 is so demanding even on brand new modern hardware, that it’s being dubbed as this generation’s Crysis. But is it maybe just poorly optimized at launch?
Back in April, Crytek teased the world with a remastered version of their infamous PC-melting game Crysis in what seemed like a great April Fools joke. However, it turned out this was no joke, and actually became a real thing. After a large amount of confidential documents relating to Ubisoft and Crytek were leaked last week, savvy internet users have discovered mentions of Crysis 2 & 3 remasters, a Crysis VR game, a Crysis Battle Royale title, and a new Ryse 2 game among more.
The upcoming Crysis Remastered is officially launching tomorrow, and regardless how you think about the game’s new visuals, the tech on display is certainly impressive. Not only will it actually support resolutions up to 8K, but Crytek recently revealed a brand new ‘Can it Run Crysis’ mode which is designed to use up every last bit of juice in your hardware for the ultimate experience.
The upcoming Remaster of everyone’s favorite PC-melting 2007 game is nearly upon us, Crysis Remastered launches this Friday on September 18th and includes a bunch of new optimizations and graphical features for a true modern day remaster. Now Crytek have released a new tech trailer for Crysis: Remastered in stunning 8K resolution.
We are not that far away from the official launch of Crysis Remastered, which will be releasing as an Epic Games Store exclusive on September 18th, and as a celebration for all things PC gaming Crytek have released a brand new 4K screenshot running on the PC-exclusive “Can It Run Crysis?” Graphic mode.
First it was announced, then the trailer for Crysis Remastered leaked ahead of the official reveal which led to a delay by a few weeks in order to get the quality to a standard we expect. Well, now the official PC system requirements for Crysis Remastered are finally out and they're not what we expected...
The time has finally come, Crytek have officially announced the new released date for Crysis Remastered on PC, along with a brand new tech trailer which gives us a brief glimpse of the kind of graphical enhancements the game has received after it was delayed due to negative feedback about the game’s graphics.
It looks as if Sony have accidentally leaked the launch date of the upcoming Crysis Remastered, as a new video was posted detailing an August 21st release date for the PS4 version. The video has now since been made private, but the cat is almost certainly out the bag now.
Crytek have been busy working on Crysis Remastered recently, after the official gameplay trailer was leaked ahead of the premiere many fans were quick to criticise the graphics of a game that was so infamously tied to melting our computers. This led to the game being delayed “by a few weeks.” Well, it’s been a few weeks now, and Crytek have just updated us with a brand new 8K screenshot with more details coming soon.
It’s a sad day for those who were excited for another generation of melted PCs, as the upcoming Crysis Remastered is reportedly based on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, which means Crytek are not using the original PC version as the foundation for the remaster.