Update - July 1 : Crytek has now delayed the release and first gameplay of Crysis Remastered. In a Twitter dThe studio said, “We will have to delay the launch date (all platforms) and premiere of the trailer by a few weeks. It also assured players that you will soon have the game you love! Pre-orders are already available and will remain open, but pre-orders on other platforms will not open until a later date. The trailer was originally scheduled to air today, July 1, and the game was slated for release on July 23 according to store listings. We don't know how many more weeks Crytek is still taking, but it's possible that we still see the trailer before the end of the month, and maybe we'll be playing the game itself by the end of the summer. Crytek also touched on some dPoor responses to the pulped version of the trailer that aired yesterday. You might know about the leak yesterday, and we want you to know it: we've seen all the feedback - both good and bad - and we're listening. We're still working on a number of things in the game, as well as in the storefront. Along the same lines, Crytek says that, This extra time until release will allow us to stream Crysis Remastered to the PC and console. Not up to the standards you would expect from Crysis games. Update: The Microsoft Store casually revealed the release date for Crysis Remastered, which is coming sooner than expected. Update those drivers, check on your cooling fan, and maybe cram another ram stick if needed, as Crysis Remastered releases July 23. Thank you, PC Gamer . The original story follows ... We Let's get our first look at Crysis Remast gameplay launched this Wednesday, July 1st at 9am PST / 12pm EST / 5pm BST. The trailer for the announcement for the remaster that aired in April after weeks of teasing, but it didn't really show much of the game in action. In fact, all it showed was Nomad surrounded by a bunch of trees, and honestly I could have told you that this was going to be in the game. Hopefully the gameplay trailer is coming. this week to be more informative. To be fair, we already know how Crysis - a nearly 13-year-old game - plays, so this gameplay trailer will likely be more of a graphical showcase than anything else. It's been described as a staunch remaster, so we probably won't see a lot of new gameplay stuff. Hopefully the remaster will control better than the original, which has aged well but not perfectly, but it will be difficult to convey that through a trailer.Maybe weapons or an ab from the ilities of Crysis 2 or Crysis 3 will be added to the original for fun? Maybe this will add even more ways to clarify mission objectives? Who knows. Either way, a graphics showcase sounds great. After all, the main reason Crysis Remastered is so exciting is that the original was heralded as the peak of graphics performance and GPU demand at its peak. Specifically, this was a fire test for video cards and many are hoping the remaster continues that tradition. Lord knows what this will look like on modern systems. All I know is that when the remaster was announced my current video card started listening to Eye of the Tiger and going to the gym blowing protein shakes. Find out what's happening with our guide to upcoming games of 2020 and beyond.