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Crytek Announces Crysis Remastered

Crysis Remastered is official! But will your crappy old PC run it?

Originally released in 2007, Crysis was the bench-mark game for CPU performance for years. In order to max out the graphics, you needed a beefy CPU. The reason for this was Crytek put their money on single-core performance continuing to improve from generation to generation, however, Intel rained on their parade by releasing the Pentium Dual-Core around the same time.

Crysis Remastered
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The Dual-Core saw a reduction of clock speeds in lieu of extra cores, clock speeds took years to recover, and as Crysis was only ever designed to utilise a single core, really maxing out the settings was difficult for most games. Hence the question “Will it run Crysis?”.

Crysis Remastered – Official Teaser

Focusing on the single-player campaign Crysis Remastered promises us high-quality HD textures, along with new lighting and partial effects and a slew of acronyms including TAA, SSDO, SVOGI to name a few.

Crysis Remastered will be available for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and even the Nintendo Switch, proving finally that technology has caught up with Crytek.

Keep and eye on the Crytek website for more details. For more on Star Wars, check out our previous coverage.

Written by Joel Nitschke

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