Highly anticipated: Are you excited about once again discovering if your PC can run Crysis? We now know when the remastered version of the game will arrive—July 23—and there’s going to be a gameplay reveal tomorrow.
It was back in April when we finally got confirmation that the long-rumored Crysis remaster was on the way. Developer Crytek said it would be heading to all platforms, including the Nintendo Switch—quite a surprise for a game that was used as a benchmark for PC power due to its graphically intensive nature.
Crytek said the updated version would feature higher quality textures and new graphical bells and whistles, including its “native hardware and API-agnostic ray tracing solution,” but never gave a release date. It’s likely to be announced during the gameplay reveal, though a listing on the Microsoft Store spoils the surprise: Crysis Remastered arrives on July 23.
Personally, I love the Crysis titles, and used to replay the third game every time I got a new graphics card. Let’s hope the remaster isn’t a disappointment.