Crysis Remaster Is Bringing Ray-tracing, High-res Textures

Crysis Remaster Is Bringing Ray-tracing, High-res Textures

If you are a PC gamer then you probably heard of Crysis. Released in 2007 Crytek’s semi-open jungle shooter is famous for its resource hungriness. Running the game at maximum settings and resolution on PC needed powerful hardware that people in the PC building community started saying, “But can it run Crysis?” Soon you will be able to relive the game in a new avatar as Crytek is bringing Crysis Remaster. 

The details about the game accidentally got leaked in Crytek’s official website. Although the page got deleted soon but the screenshot is all over the internet. A teaser trailer was later tweeted by one of Intel’s Twitter accounts but quickly pulled. 

According to the official site, Crysis Remastered will bring new graphic features, high-quality textures, and “CRYENGINE’s native hardware and API-agnostic ray tracing solution.”  The game will be coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. 

You are planning to play the remastered version of the Crysis then you should ask yourself, “Will my PC able to run Crysis?”