Crysis Remastered shows its differences in this 8K video that compares it to the original game

The Crysis saga has always stood out for being at the cutting edge of technology. The first title of the brand stood out in 2007 for its impressive visual level. Now, Crytek has decided to work on a remastering of the legendary first-person shooter and shows the world the differences in a comparative video that is also the perfect example of how the video game industry has evolved in these thirteen years.

Crysis Remastered makes the most of the hardware of the current generation of consoles, as well as the technology of Cryengine, the studio’s graphics engine. In the video that you can see on these lines, the visual improvements of this new version are highlighted, which will include ray tracing, better lighting and light effects, explosion and environmental particles and textures in 8K

In addition, as published a few days ago, the PC version will feature a mode called “ Can Crysis? ”, With the highest possible definition visual configuration ready to get the most out of the best-equipped PCs. In this way, the visual spectacularity of this remaster will be appreciated, which is getting closer to its launch, after its arrival a few weeks ago on Nintendo Switch.

Crysis Remastered is a joint work of Crytek together with Saber Interactive and will arrive on September 18 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.