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Crytek Releases 8K Crysis Remastered Trailer

Crysis Remastered brings a major graphical overhaul to the original Crysis which was launched in 2007 and was known for its high system requirements. Crysis Remastered introduces new graphic features and high-quality textures along with API-agnostic ray tracing for PC. The game features updated textures with up to 8K resolution, Global Illumination (SVOGI), state-of-the-art depth of field, new light settings, and motion blur effects. The game is set to feature an 8K "Can it Run Crysis" mode which will challenge even the highest-end PC hardware.

Crysis Remastered is coming to PC via the Epic Games Store, PS4, and Xbox One on 18th September 2020. You can find the "Crysis Remastered - Official 8K Tech Trailer" in full 8K 60FPS down below.

Crytek Delays Crysis Remastered Following Fan Comments on Leaked Trailer

Crytek today via a Twitter post announced a decision to delay all versions of the upcoming Crysis Remastered. The announcement came with a heartfelt letter to fans, and a promise to do well for them on a game that's sure to tick all the nostalgia boxes (I'd say that's most of what will be powering the games' sales as well). Following yesterday's announcement of a trailer being released today, a leak happened, and reception... Well, wasn't the expected one, as Crysis Remastered's graphics seemed to be slightly better than the vanilla version of the game, but not really had much (if anything) on some existing mods to the original release.

A decision to postpone the launch and further work on the games' quality was thus decided by Crytek, with preorders being delayed for all platforms but the Switch (where they had already started) as well. We'll be here to see if the delay had the positive effect Crysis fans seemed to be hoping. But I'd like to give a word of caution in regards to expectations: the game isn't a full remake; it's a remaster, built upon the original Crysis with some extra layers of paint. Users really shouldn't be expecting (and, based on the Remastered in the title, demanding) a Crysis that looks like their latest raytracing-agnostic "Neon Noir" trailer. Catch the leaked trailer (which wasn't even officially released on account of the delay) below.

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.
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Crysis Remastered to Include Missions of Both Crysis and Crysis Warhead?

Crysis Remastered, which sees the 2007 cult classic re-imagined on CryEngine 5, with new visual-effects, higher resolution textures, support for the latest PC standards, and possibly real-time ray-tracing; could include the campaigns of both the original Crysis and its spin-off, Crysis Warhead. This could follow the original campaign where you play as the protagonist "Nomad," as well as Warhead's more action-packed mission where you play "Psycho," Nomad's eccentric squad-mate. Rumors of Remastered packing content from both campaigns surfaced when Tim Willits from Saber Interactive hinted that the game would pack more than one campaign. Saber Interactive is co-developing Crysis Remastered with Crytek.
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