Crysis remaster is rumoured to have been revealed a little earlier than planned.
Crytek, the game's developer has been teasing something related to the popular 2007 FPS for a few weeks. Now we finally know what that something is.
The remaster is now confirmed for all platforms with PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and even Nintendo Switch has been included.
Accessing the website you then get to see some lovely new artwork to go with it.
"Crytek's groundbreaking, critically acclaimed first-person shooter is back," reads the official description on the website. "Crysis Remastered is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch - the game's debut on a Nintendo platform."
No set release date for Crysis Remastered has been noted. Still, knowing more about the game will come very soon, given that the cat has well and truly clawed its way out of the bag.
Let’s not forget that Crytek hasn’t exactly been vague about its intentions to revive Crysis, after all.
The company has spent the past few weeks teasing us all on Twitter with references to the first game. Doing this is suspicious, but the fact these tweets were the first from the Crysis account since 2016 kind of rang alarm bells for everyone.
When Crysis was originally released back in 2007, the game was a massive hit. It was, at the time, praised for its immersive gameplay and technical oomph, to the point that it was often regarded as the benchmark when testing what a computer could do.
It is still unclear whether or not the upcoming remaster will compete with the technical punch that the original provided 13 years ago.
There is no doubt that the game will be stunning when playing, but it’s unclear exactly how many tweaks and improvements Crysis Remastered will make over the original. We'll have to wait and see.
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