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Crytek releases its "Official 8K Tech Trailer" for Crysis Remastered

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Crytek releases its "Official 8K Tech Trailer" for Crysis Remastered

Crysis Remastered is due to release on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this Friday, offering gamers on all platforms modernised visuals while maintaining the title's excellent gameplay. 

On PC, Crysis Remastered is due to put heavy strains on systems and showcase next-level visuals, showcasing the best that CryEngine can offer on both old and new GPU hardware. 

Today, Crytek has released an "Official 8K Tech Trailer" for Crysis Remastered. This trailer showcases Crysis Remastered at 8K 60 FPS, showing Crysis Remastered at its best while also revealing some of Crysis Remastered's new graphical features. 

One of the main additions to Crysis Remastered is the games SVOGI Global Illumination system. In addition to this, Crysis Remastered also features remastered high-resolution textures, real-time reflections, updated underwater visuals, "State of the Art" Depth of Field effects, Enhanced graphics effects and ray-tracing effects. 

Crysis' nanosuits have also been updated for 8K, and the game will feature an 8K "Can it Run Crysis" mode. Crysis is back, and it will be harder on your system than ever.  

Watch Crysis' "Official 8K Tech Trailer" below. 
 

 

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15-09-2020, 12:35:59

Dicehunter
I'm hoping they've updated it so it doesn't rely on a single overclocked CPU core to run at a decent frame rate as well as properly being able to utilise modern GPU's, I love Crysis 1 but it's needlessly taxing.Quote

15-09-2020, 12:37:53

AlienALX
Looks incredible. Especially the ship.

Really excited now Quote

15-09-2020, 12:56:48

KingNosser
I can see myself picking this up at some stage, but i feel warhead should have had the same treatment and been bundled into this game, these were good games i enjoyed them. I think I was running 9600GT's in SLI or maybe the 560ti SLI it's a long time ago

My 970's in SLI run crysis butter smooth thou, didn't take many years to get the stella experience in that game Quote

16-09-2020, 08:37:26

Chopper3
Has anyone seen any pricing info for this, I can't find anyQuote
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