After a week of teases on the official Twitter account, Crytek has announced Crysis Remastered and it is coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch later this year. The game will be packed with a load of new technical enhancements as well as software-based ray-tracing. Crytek did not share many details about the game and how this new ray-tracing would work but we are excited to see it in action.
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Crysis Remastered will also feature other visual enhancements too like volumetric fog, god rays and a new depth of field option which Crytek is calling “state-of-the-art”. All these new features will work towards making Crysis Remastered look gorgeous and most likely better than you have ever seen it in the past.
Unfortunately, that is all we have for you. Crytek did not reveal much other than detailing a few visual changes and release a very short teaser trailer which you can watch down below. We do have a feeling there is more to come from the series this year as the studio is hiring a new Technical Director to work on an unannounced AAA game. Could this be Crysis 4? We are not sure but if rumours are correct, it could actually be a sequel to the series focusing on Prophet. Hopefully, we see more of this later this year.
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