Much awaited Crysis Remastered received rather negative remarks after Crytek revealed a Gameplay Trailer
Crysis Remastered was officially announced in April, 2020. A leak confirmed to bring higher texture quality and new graphic features to the game. Cryengine is introducing its native hardware and API-agnostic ray tracing solution to the first person shooter famous for bringing powerful PCs to their knees.
There is no way to tell whether we can run Crysis Remastered on out PC since it is officially getting delayed across all the platforms by only “a few weeks.”
It was announced on Twitter just a day after the official gameplay trailer was premiered with an expected release date of 23rd of July. Cryengine’s ray tracing technology along with high texture details hyped up the expectations of the viewers but the gameplay reveal was quite a disappointment for a lot of us.
The official statement is that the company is well aware of the leaks and the expectations of the players and have observed the reactions on the gameplay trailer closely and is committed to provide the best to its consumers. In the Twitter statement, it is said that “The extra time until release will allow us to get Crysis Remastered up to the PC- and console-breaking standard you’ve come to expect from Crysis games,”.
Crytek took the criticism seriously and mentioned that it is the only reason for the delay as the studio wants to uphold the expectations it excited in the hearts of its players. As the original Crysis was praised and acclaimed for its graphics, the studio is serious to give its best to uphold that sentiment.
Not only the game itself is delayed a few weeks, the official gameplay trailer is also pushed along some weeks for reworks and to better demonstrate the graphical aspect of the Crysis Remastered.
While there is no new release date, the studio plans to release the game this year as clearly mentioned in the twitter update.