Today Crytek announces the release of a fix in the hit shooter series Crysis with Crysis Remastered Trilogy. While no release date has been revealed, Crytek says that the trilogy will come to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in the fall. Xbox and PlayStations versions confirmed to be backward compatible with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S will have improved performance.
Crysis is a series of first-person shooter games by German developer Crytek. The series follows Prophet, the franchise’s super-soldier protagonist, armed with a powerful Nanosuit that boosts his strength, speed, durability, and other abilities.
The games were critically acclaimed when they first launched thanks to the sandbox gameplay, fun power-matching, graphics, and physics. Their praise is often stifled by the high hardware requirements of the games, leading to the phrase “But can it run? Crysis? “impression.
This series of remakes seeks to remedy those common criticisms thanks to current-generation hardware. PS5 and Xbox Series X users | S can expect even smoother gameplay than the previous generation of consoles.
While the games can be purchased in a bundle of three, they can also be purchased individually, like Crysis Remastered already available for these platforms. Crytek and their partners for these optimized portals at Saber Interactive, seek to provide old fans of the series with a definitive way to revisit the series as well as introduce new players to a classic stories.
For those unfamiliar with Crysis, Crytek may be more recognizable for games like The Climb, original Cry away, Ryse: Son of Rome, and Hunt: Showdown.