Crysis Remastered will be released for PS4, PC, and Xbox One on September 18, according to a brand new trailer showing the updated graphics. -the full glory above.
The trailer directly compares the original Crysis with the upcoming remaster, showing updated lighting, textures and more.Crysis Remastered tech announcement should allay any worries fans may have about graphics, as it shows high quality textures up to 8K resolution, global lighting (SVOGI), cutting edge depth sensations technology, new lighting settings, motion blur, ray tracing and more for a major visual update. "
Like GamesRadar previously reported , Crysis Remastered was delayed in July (roughly three weeks before its original July 23 release date) shortly after an online trailer leaked to the responses from the middle of the road. An official statement on Twitter announcing the delay said: “You might know about the leak yesterday, and we want you to know it: We've seen all the reactions - both good and bad - and we're listening. There are a number of things that we are still working on in the game, as well as the showcase. "
Considering that 2007 Crysis was somewhat groundbreaking for its graphical integrity, it's really great to see a trailer that looks set to show off a whole new look Crysis takes advantage of the hardware of the current generation.
It looks like Crytek and Saber are set to deliver on September 18 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC through the Epic Games Store.
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