If Crytek received thousands of criticisms for the visual quality that Crysis Remastered presented, now they will rain for another reason, and that is that the game will finally arrive on September 18 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, although on PC It will arrive as an exclusive launch of the Epic Games Store, a new, and good excuse, to encourage thousands of negative votes in the new trailer that the studio has published.
Luckily, the delay has been worth it, and there is already a quite noticeable visual change compared to the original game, although seen what was seen, the original game already looked like Halo Infinite, why deny it.
In this new trailer, Crytek tells us that Saber Interactive has used a new lighting system and has improved the assets for this Crysis Remastered. Additionally, it could not be missing to integrate RayTracing for real reflections both on land and at sea, and finally, new textures with 8K resolution are added. The truth is that now the game looks great and all this in record time. I think many at 343 Industries would have to see how Crytek has reversed the situation so drastically in record time. Now the million-dollar question Will your computer be able to move the Crysis Remastered?