Save the Date
In all the excitement with DC FanDome announcements, don’t forget about 2007’s most impressive game Crysis. Earlier in the Summer, Crytek announced that Crysis Remastered would be delayed, however the Nintendo Switch version would be released according to the original schedule. Recently, Crytek got back to us about the rest of the platforms. In another tech trailer, it was announced that Crysis Remastered would be coming to PC, Xbox One, and PS4 in September. Unfortunately for die hard Steam users, this title will be an Epic Games Store exclusive, at least for a while.
Crytek could have just tweeted out a release date for Crysis Remastered, but that just isn’t their style (ignore the Nintendo Switch release tweet). Crytek gave us one last, short tech trailer, though if you’re not getting the game, this probably won’t win you over. We get a bunch of 2020/2007 comparisons from areas throughout the game. We see improved lighting and assets, ray traced water reflections, 8K textures, and ray traced puddles. Did we mention ray tracing? The trailer ends with a September 18th release date for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
As mentioned above, Crysis Remastered will not be launching on Steam. Instead, PC players will have to get it from the Epic Games Store if they really want to play it. So far, there is no information on when or if Crysis Remastered will be on Steam. Crysis Remastered is available now on Nintendo Switch and will be available on September 18th for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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