Every PC user has had that age-old question in their mind, “can it run Crysis?” This game has been the benchmark for many PC builds since it launched back in 2007. Back in its day, Crysis was famous for its highly detailed environments and sandbox action. Now, it’s making its way to the current consoles, PC and even the Switch,
Crysis Remastered was recently leaked, on Crytek’s official website non the less. It appears to have been an obvious mistake, as it was pulled down quickly. Shortly thereafter, Crytek officially announced the remaster on their Twitter:
Following the leak, Twitter user lashman sought metadata from Crytek’s site and discovered a product description for the game. It states: “Crysis Remastered brings new graphics features, high-quality textures, and the CRYEGINE’s native hardware — and API-agnostic ray tracing solution for PC, PlayStation, Xbox and — for the first time– Nintendo Switch.”
Their website also had a splash image revealing the platforms it’s supposed to be releasing on. The Intel Gaming Twitter account showed the same image, before it deleted the tweet.
The remastered news isn’t all too shocking, especially considering the Crysis Twitter account recently tweeted it was ‘receiving data’ after being dark for over four years.