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Watch Crysis Remastered's gameplay reveal here

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Watch Crysis Remastered's gameplay reveal here

Watch Crysis Remastered's gameplay reveal here

Update - Crytek has delayed the release of their Crysis Remastered gameplay trailer and has pushed back the game's release. The game's gameplay premiere is no longer happening today. 

Crytek has announced that their first gameplay trailer for Crysis Remastered will be released on July 1st at 5 PM BST, 9 AM PT and 12 PM ET, showcasing one of 2020's most highly anticipated remasters. 


Crysis Remastered will release on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Switch, bringing with it enhanced graphics, and several PC exclusive features using the latest iteration of CryEngine. 

For starters, Crysis Remastered will contain "optimisations or a new generation of hardware", something which will be music to the ears of hardcore Crysis fans on PC. Even today, the original PC version of Crysis is challenging to play at 60+ FPS when using maxed-out settings on PC, especially in CPU-heavy areas of the game. The addition of multi-threading support will allow Crysis Remastered to run a lot faster on PC in these demanding areas, a factor which should allow the game to run at higher framerates than ever before.  

Crysis Remastered has been co-developed by Crytek and Saber Interactive. The game will feature higher quality textures, modernised anti-aliasing, SSDO, SVOGI (global illumination), depth of field upgrades, new lighting options, motion blur and many many more settings to tinker with. 


You can watch Crysis Remastered's first gameplay trailer below.  

 

With this remaster, gamers on all platforms can expect some noteworthy graphical upgrades. In Crysis Remastered, new particle effects will be added where appropriate, parallax occlusion maps will be used to give terrain more depth, and extra additions will help make the game look better than ever before. New additions like volumetric fog, volumetric light shafts, screen-space reflections, and software-based ray tracing will take Crysis' visuals to a whole new level. 

Crysis Remastered is Crytek's opportunity to reignite the passion of gamers for the Crysis series and showcase the powers of CryEngine before we enter the next generation of PC and console gaming. With this will come next-generation visuals, especially for users of high-end PCs. 

Below is what Crytek has to say about the game. 

  

    The classic first person shooter is back with the action-packed gameplay, sandbox world, and thrilling epic battles players loved the first time around – with remastered graphics and optimizations for a new generation of hardware co-developed on CRYENGINE with Saber Interactive. Starting this summer, Crysis Remastered will be available for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and for Nintendo Switch. 

Crysis Remastered will focus on the original game’s single-player campaigns and is slated to contain high-quality textures and improved art assets, an HD texture pack, temporal anti-aliasing, SSDO, SVOGI, state-of-the-art depth fields, new light settings, motion blur, and parallax occlusion mapping, particle effects will also be added where applicable. Further additions such as volumetric fog and shafts of light, software-based ray tracing, and screen space reflections provide the game with a major visual upgrade.

“We are excited to be working on the Crysis franchise again, and to bring all the Crysis fans a remaster worthy of their passion for the game,” said Crytek CEO Avni Yerli. “It’s an exciting opportunity to be able to bring Crysis back to PCs and current consoles – even Nintendo Switch! – so that a whole new generation of players can experience the thrill of a battle in the Nanosuit.”


At this time, it is unknown whether or not Crysis Remastered's raytracing capabilities will be able to benefit from the hardware acceleration capabilities of modern/future graphics cards like Nvidia's RTX series and AMD's upcoming RDNA 2 series GPUs. Crytek has already shown this technology to work under DirectX 11 without the assistance of hardware-acceleration. However, the company has expressed interest in using hardware acceleration techniques to enhance, or speed up, this unique implementation of raytracing.  

Pre-orders for Crysis Remastered are due to become available soon. Crysis Remastered is scheduled to release this Summer on all supported platforms. 

You can join the discussion on Crysis Remastered's first gameplay trailer on the OC3D Forums

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01-07-2020, 09:27:34

Dicehunter
Looking forward to it but releasing on the Switch is a weird one considering it will have to be heavily downgraded to get playable frame rates.Quote

01-07-2020, 09:36:11

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Looking forward to it but releasing on the Switch is a weird one considering it will have to be heavily downgraded to get playable frame rates.
Well, Crysis did release on PS3 and Xbox 360, and the Switch is stronger than both. Cryengine's multi-threaded upgrades in recent years will help them get good CPU performance. 30 FPS should be more than possible on the handheld.

The game just needs to be upgraded over the original console versions to be considered remastered, at least on that platform.Quote
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