The Crytek development studio has officially announced a refreshed release of the first installment of the series, called Crysis Remastered, but, according to a hint by Saber Interactive’s Tim Willits, it is possible that the revised versions will also see the other versions of Crysis getting released in future.
As you all know, Crytek has finally confirmed the leaks appearing on the network and officially announced Crysis Remastered last week. The game will be released on PC and this gen-consoles of PS4 and Xbox One to offer players a single-player campaign with lots of graphical enhancements. In the cited project Crytek is not alone, because Saber Interactive will also lend its hand over the remasters.
Interestingly, if, according to the official announcement, only the first Crysis is to receive the remastered release, it is quite likely that there are plans for corrections of the next installment of the series. This was hinted by a recent entry of Tim Willits from Saber Interactive, who, via Twitter, expressed his appreciation for the Crysis series and admitted that he was excited about the vision of working with Crytek.
— Tim Willits (@TimWillits) April 17, 2020
It is also important to note the fact that Willits was always using the plural in his statements, writing about games and then remasters. This, of course, immediately caught the attention of fans who are now speculating that the whole series would be remastered, and even if not, by the announcement of Crysis Remastered, we can also get the content of the independent add-on of Crysis Warhead.
Willits announced that we will soon know a lot of news, so we will have to wait patiently. Crysis Remastered will debut on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The release date is not yet confirmed.