UPDATED: The renovation is indeed underway.

Crytek has always been a technologically innovative studio, as for a long time with every game they pushed the limits of the capabilities of current hardware. One of the best examples of this was the Crysis trilogy, each episode of which was favorably used to test video cards.

Today, the German studio has lost a lot of its nimbus, and for a long time its mere survival has been highly questionable. In recent years, however, the company has seemed to stabilize somewhat, and they have also produced their latest game, Hunt: Showdown. This is definitely reminiscent of Crysis games in that you need a fairly muscular machine if you want to squeeze out stable performance and flashy graphics at the same time.

It is not yet known what Crytek’s future plans are, but interesting news has come in recent days. It all started with tweeting again on Crysis’s official Twitter channel after many years, but of course nothing concrete, just that “data is coming”. Then things went on to show up on the official side of the game Crysis Remastered inscription (true, only in the text of the contract), which, of course, has since been quickly removed.

But the harass doesn’t ring anyway, so by now all fans are sure that Crysis Remastered is being made. It is also believed that in addition to a PC, it will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, but the release of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X is also not ruled out. If you can believe the news, the renovation will not only get nicer effects and sharper textures, but will also support Crytek’s proprietary ray-tracing technology, which was introduced a few months ago.

As long as there is no official confirmation or announcement from the studio, the whole thing is worth treating with reservations. But we probably won’t have to wait long for this announcement anymore. From then on, there is only one question left: how will the game run on our machine ?!

UPDATED: The official teaser has arrived, so it can now be treated as a fact that a revamped version of Crysis is being made. Focusing on the single-player Crysis Remastered PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, back this summer.


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