Crysis may return sooner than expected. Although the remaster of this extraordinary production from 2007 was announced only in April this year, the premiere of Crysis Remastered will probably take place next month.
According to some details leaked via the Microsoft Store, Crysis Remastered will release exactly on July 23, 2020. In addition, as we can see in the video below, exactly on July 1 at 9:00 AM PDT, the first official trailer will be available containing gameplay elements of the upcoming remaster.
Given the leak from the Microsoft Store, many fans have already captured and uploaded the new gameplay trailer of Crysis Remastered that can be seen at the bottom of this article. It is also safe to say that the trailer also confirms the release date of the game to the exact same day as stated above.
Crytek claims that Crysis Remastered will offer high-resolution textures and improved artistic assets, and the game will also implement temporal anti-aliasing, SSDO, SVOGI, and the highest-class depth of field effect.
What’s more, we also get new lighting settings, motion blur, parallax mapping, and new particle effects. Among the new products, we will also find volumetric fog and shafts of light, based on ray-tracing software and SSR (Screen Space Reflections) technique.
All this was supposed to make Crysis Remastered receive a huge visual upgrade that will look like modern production, but the screenshots and trailer, unfortunately, do not make the best impression though.
Recall that according to Microsoft, Crysis Remastered will go on sale on July 23 and will probably debut on the same day on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.