Crysis Remastered for PC, PS4, and Xbox One released - PC

Crysis Remastered is Out Today on Xbox One With a Launch Trailer

Crysis Remastered for PC, PS4, and Xbox One released - PC - News

It seems that Crysis Remastered has the same aim.

Crysis Remastered is now available for the Nintendo Switch; PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions available today. Discover when you should be able to play the remake through Steam below.

Crytek then officially confirmed that this wasn't the case, but this was still some pretty great news for fans who had been itching for a new game, as they officially announced Crysis Remastered; a fully fledged remaster of the game that only the most powerful PCs could run back in 2007. According to the developers, the renewed version of the game will also impress you with its unique graphic quality.

When is the Crysis Remasted Steam release date?

Because this game already has Nvidia's ray tracing technology. Those who buy from the Epic Games Store within the first three weeks from launch will also receive a Crysis soundtrack and wallpaper while purchasers doing the same from the Playstation Store will receive a Crysis Remastered PlayStation Theme as a launch bonus. Additionally Crysis Remastered supports hardware-based ray tracing using NVIDIA's VKRay Vulkan extension on launch and NVIDIA® DLSS technology will be added soon, for NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU.

If it is a timed exclusive, the earliest Crysis Remastered can launch on Steam is September 18, 2021. You can find more detailed information about the minimum and recommended system requirements from the link here.

The biggest issues are related to the framerate, the game is targeting 30fps, but on both Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro, it's not hitting that consistently. Xbox One players, on the other hand, are a bit luckier than PC and PS4 players. Because the Xbox One version of the game was offered for sale for 85 TL.

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