Following the rumble of gamers following the presentation of the Crysis remaster, Crytek has revised its copy and announces the release of its title on September 18 on PC.
Crysis Remastered was due out on July 23, just days after Crytek unveiled a video presentation of the title.
A video that clearly did not convince the fans: the title seemed old-fashioned, without any real noticeable improvement compared to the original title. Worse still: some mods developed by third parties offer a much more flattering rendering than the copy presented by Crytek.
Faced with heavy criticism, Crytek has therefore recovered its game and announced to give itself a little more time to refine it. The publisher is back with a release date for the PC version set for September 18, and a video that presents the improvements.
Crytek thus evokes very high quality textures up to 8K for PCs capable of handling them, HDR, temporal antialiasing, SSDO, SVOGI, new light effects, motion blur, parallax occlusion mapping, SSR and SSS, Ray Tracing. In short, a whole panoply of terms supposed to amaze the gallery. But the comparison video remains rather dull.
Anyway, the publisher is determined to stop there for now: the title will be offered on the Epic Games Store and the Microsoft Store at a price of € 29.99