Crytek will release redesigned versions of Crysis 2 and 3 on October 15th. These games are then sold separately or in a bundle with the entire trilogy. Improvements include improved lighting effects and textures.
While the original game ran at 720p and 30fps, remastered versions should run between 1080p and 4k at 60fps, Kretek writes. The developer refers to Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, where Dynamic Resolution is used. Furthermore, Crytek has improved the appearance of characters, weapons, and environments in the games.
The improvements contain only single-player campaigns, and therefore do not include multiplayer in the original games. The games will be released on October 15 for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series consoles, Nintendo Switch and PC. The three-game package costs €50, although the games can also be purchased separately for €30 each.
krytk Announcing the Crysis Remastered Trilogy Three months ago, and the last two parts had never been remade before. The mod version of the first Crysis game was released over a year ago. Tweakers He wrote a review at that time from the game. The first Crysis game was released in 2007, and the third part was released in 2013.
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