Tuesday, June 30th 2020

Crysis Remastered Gameplay Trailer Premieres July 1st

EA and Crytek have been preparing to remaster the popular Crysis game for some time. And finally, we know the dates when we can see some gameplay as well as when we can get the game to play it. On the official Crysis YouTube channel, there is a video titled "Crysis Remastered - Official Gameplay Trailer Premiere", which is premiering on July 1st at 12 PM ET / 9 AM PST time. After the July 1st premiere, the full game will be available on July 23rd. You can set a reminder on YouTube so you get a notification when the premiere starts. Below we have put the YouTube link so you can check it out and join others in waiting.
Crysis Remastered
[Update 1: Added some more details on technology and potential release date)
A number of technologies will be employed in this Remaster. Textures have been upscaled, redesigned, and base artwork such as sky boxes have been worked on. There are new anti-aliasing techniques, screen space directional occlusion (SSDO), Voxel-based global illumination (SVOGI), and updated depth of field effects. New light configuration options, updated motion blur techniques and parallax occlusion mapping join the cadre, with new particle effects upping the ante in terms of on-screen mayhem. Heavy-hitting technologies such as volumetric fog, light rays, and software-based ray tracing (we'll just have to see if that one doesn't bring about some "Can it run Crysis?" comments) have also been added. Perhaps we'll get new, official information on the games' release date (a Microsoft Store listing seems to spill the beans on July 23rd) and distribution outlets for the PC version (the game will also be available on the current generation of consoles). Just wait until tomorrow. Check the video below to see what hour the trailer will be available in your time-zone.

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12 Comments on Crysis Remastered Gameplay Trailer Premieres July 1st

#1
Hardware Geek
Now the saying will have to change to "Will it run crysis remastered?".
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#2
punani
Crysis 1 = best crysis. I always do a rerun whenever i upgraded my GPU.
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#3
oldtimenoob
Finally we can say, "yes but, can it run Crysis Remastered?"
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#4
xkm1948
Selling on nostalgia, how original
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#5
Easy Rhino
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xkm1948
Selling on nostalgia, how original
Pointing out lack of originality. How original :laugh:
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#6
Xex360
Hopefully they'll push the hardware once again. The RTX Titan shouldn't be able to reach 30 let alone 60 in the highest settings.
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#7
tomc100
I hope they optimize it to use multiple cpu cores and also add full ray tracing, 4k textures, tessellation, and dx 12. If they make it into a benchmark demo then I might have to buy it again for the third time.
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#8
lexluthermiester
oldtimenoob
Finally we can say, "yes but, can it run Crysis Remastered?"
Oh, I think people will still just say, "But can it run Crysis?" The "remastered" bit will be superfluous.
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#9
InVasMani
I'll just leave you with this...
oldtimenoob
Finally we can say, "yes but, can it run Crysis Remastered?"
Yes but, can it real time Crysis reMasterTrace?
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#10
TheGuruStud
But why? It's still better than 95% of new games lol

Thanks lazy devs and consoles!
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#11
Badelhas
TheGuruStud
But why? It's still better than 95% of new games lol

Thanks lazy devs and consoles!
I totally agree with you. Since the first Crysis we haven't seen a truly groundbreaking game like this, and that was back in 2007. And I blame consoles for that.
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#12
InVasMani
Despite the fact Ubisoft itself is well a scummy company I was impressed by the visuals on The Division. In regard to Crysis it was defiantly a very forward thinking it's no wonder it held up well visually.
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