After being delayed twice, the remastered version of popular PC exclusive Crysis ‘Crysis Remastered’ is finally making its way to PC, PS4 and Xbox One and Epic Games Store on 18th September 2020. Following the backlash from Crysis fans in July, the developers delayed the release of the game by several weeks.
Crysis remastered is an updated version of sci-fi first-person shooting game Crysis originally released around 10 years ago. The remastered version promises us enhanced features with high-quality graphics and sound revamped location. The remasters graphics look amazing with better lighting effects, ray tracing, and more detail in the textures with up to 8K resolution.
Crysis Remastered PC Specifications
Crysis remastered is finally on its way packed with exciting updates and features. Fans are all hyped up to experience the sci-fi world of Crysis again. But, what are the requirements to run the game on PC? Honestly, the remastered version doesn’t need high-end spec to run smoothly.
Recently, Crytek announced the PC system requirements for Crysis Remastered. You need a 7th-gen Intel CPU or an AMD Ryzen 5, 12GB of RAM, and either an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti or AMD Radeon Vega 56 GPU. If you have a high-end PC you can play the game at its full potential. However, the recommended requirements are enough to take the full advantage of new features in the game.
Crytek said the game is “designed to demand every last bit of your hardware with unlimited settings.”
Crysis launched originally in 2007 received a positive response from critics and fans, the game remained a benchmark since then. Fans are expecting a lot from the remastered version of the game.
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