Crysis Remastered has been held in long discussion, but it seems that Crysis Remastered Release Date and a new graphics overview video show us a first look at what Crytek has been working on in the months since the delay of the game.
Have a first look at the Crysis Remastered Release Date
We originally thought that Crysis Remastered would stealthily release on the past Friday, but that turned out to be a false report.
A new trailer from Crytek has revealed the brand new polish the game has gotten with regard to Ray Tracing, lighting, and 8k resolution.
The trailer closes off with telling us the release date of the game too, but the graphics improvements are definitely very promising.
Crysis Remastered launches on September 18th, 2020. It will arrive on the PS4, Xbox One and PC and it seems that it could be an Epic Games Exclusive on the PC release.
As a semi-remake of its 2007 original, Crysis Remastered is looking to tune a few bells and whistles that made the first game one of the finest in graphical presentation.
With September 18th the new date set in stone, many fans are looking to revisit the game and experience it with new features.
Some of the newer features include graphical details like software-based Ray Tracing, which on PS4 and Xbox One are set to really make the game stand out from the competition.
While we don’t know the price of the remake on these consoles, we can predict that the price should be at either $39.99, or EA might go full $59.99 with the release.
EA did highlight that if the game performed well enough, there was potentially room for the series to get ported and perhaps a revival of the IP?
While the series has not had a new entry for almost a decade, we can hope to see more of Nomad and company in the future.
With the next-generation consoles approaching, fans are wondering if the future releases of Crysis Remastered can also be released on those paltforms?
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