Crysis: Remastered trilogy will be released on October 15 for 50 euros

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Crysis: Remastered trilogy will be released on October 15 for 50 euros

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It all started with the first part of Crysis, whose remastered version was a complete disappointment in the test when the game started. With the release on October 15th, Crytek wants to have completely redesigned the series. Crysis, Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 are then available individually or in a package in a remastered version.

Crytek has now significantly revised Crysis Remastered compared to the first appearance almost a year ago, Part 2 and Part 3 should appear in better shape right from the start. In addition to the PC, there will be games for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and the Nintendo Switch, but technically the versions differ as usual.

Full HD to Ultra HD with 60 FPS

While there are no real limits to the resolution and frame rate on the PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will run with a resolution between Full HD and Ultra HD at 60 FPS. Crytek does not reveal whether there will be other modes on the current consoles and what the exact resolution will look like on the other devices. It is also not clear to what extent the quality settings including ray tracing will be the same as those of the PC version. As improvements over the originals, Crytek names a higher performance as well as improvements in lighting, characters, weapons as well as environment and high-resolution textures.

Available October 15th for PC and consoles

On October 15th, the bundle for Crysis Remastered for the PC as well as the Microsoft and Sony consoles will be available for a purchase price of 50 euros. Alternatively, all three parts can be purchased individually, with each game then costing 30 euros each. The first Crysis part for the Nintendo Switch will also be released on October 15, while the Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 conversions will only take place at a later, as yet unknown point in time.

If you do not want to purchase a physical copy of Crysis, you can also go the purely digital route. The PC version will be available exclusively from Epic, while the console versions will be available in Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo stores.

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