Crysis Remastered Launching On Xbox One, PS4, And PC This September
After being delayed following negative feedback on its first gameplay showing, Crysis Remastered is now launching on PS4, Xbox One, and the Epic Games Store on September 18. It will retail for $30.
Criticism was levelled at the project when it was shown off earlier this year, prompting Saber Interactive to revisit most versions (the Nintendo Switch port still launched on time) to further enhance the 2007 shooter. The result is a host of additional graphical features, including reworked lighting, 8K texture assets, and improvements to the CryEngine software-based ray tracing that will allow the feature to work on the Xbox One and PS4.
You can check out some of the enhancements below.
On PC, players will be able to utilize hardware-based ray tracing too, as well as Nvidia’s DLSS 2.0 to help reduce the performance overhead of higher resolutions. The remaster is going to be exclusive to the Epic Game Store when it launches on PC, with no word on a Steam release in the future.
Some of these graphical and performance improvements made it into the Nintendo Switch port of Crysis Remastered back in July already, which you can pick up today for $30. The original version of Crysis is still great too, and just as taxing on your PC as you remember. In our Crysis review, critic Jason Ocampo wrote, “Quite simply, Crysis represents the first-person shooter at its finest, most evolved form.”
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