Crysis Remastered will start on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Computer system on September 18.
It is been a extensive wait around for Crysis enthusiasts. The game was originally owing to land on 23 July, but leaked gameplay footage surfaced online and enthusiasts reacted badly to the appear of the remaster. Even though the Switch version continue to arrived out as prepared, Crytek made the decision to delay the game’s launch on other platforms.
Even though some rumors had prompt it could be launching as before long as today, Crytek has confirmed that the extensive-awaited remaster of the Computer system typical will get there on 18 September.
From this day it will be obtainable to download from the Epic Games Store, PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store priced at $29.99 (£23/AU$42)
The push launch doesn’t mention that the game is distinctive to the Epic Games Store – unlike Hitman three – so it’s most likely that it will be obtainable on Steam at some place.
Crysis Remastered will deliver with it a quantity of technological announcements, mainly ray-tracing aid. On the PS4 and Xbox One this will be powered by Cryengine’s proprietary program-based mostly ray tracing resolution, whilst the Computer system version will aid Computer system version will Nvidia’s DLSS technologies alongside with components-based mostly ray-tracing.
The game appears to be established to be visually remarkable, much too. Not only will it provide ray-tracing, but the first-individual shooter will also aid significant-excellent textures up to 8K, HDR, point out-of-the-art depth fields, Display Area Reflections and Shadows (SSR & SSS) and additional.
To rejoice Crysis Remaster’s impending launch, Crytek has released a new trailer so you can see how it stacks up for yourself.