When it comes to gaming, people choose the games they want to play based on various specifications of the game. The game’s story, mechanics, gameplay, multiplayer, graphics, and many more. One of the most important factors that people look forward to is the game’s graphics. People love it when a game has excellent graphics, especially PC gamers, as they can enhance and control the graphics or graphic settings of the game and set the graphics to their liking.
One of the upcoming games this year is Crysis Remastered.
Recently, the trailer of the game was leaked, and it had very negative feedback, and all the Crysis fans that had been waiting for this game for so long were angry, sad, and disappointed at Crytek because of the graphics of the game.
Let me explain the story further in this article.
What is Crysis Remastered?
Crysis remastered is a sequel of the game Crysis that was released back in 2007. Interestingly enough, the game’s events begin on August 7th, 2020, which was 13 years in the future, when Crysis released initially. As such, 2020 remaster for the game seems pretty appropriate. The game is being released on 18th September 2020, but this release date is still not confirmed yet. Crytek develops the game and it will be available on almost all platforms, PS4, Xbox One, PC, and also the next generation consoles, PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Why did the Game Receive Negative Feedbacks?
The Trailer of Crysis Remastered was leaked in July, the trailer revealed the gameplay and the Graphics, but no one liked the graphics of the game as there were minimal changes to what the graphics of the original 2007 game had. This made all the Crysis fans go crazy as they were expecting significant changes in the graphics of the game, but there were close to absolutely no changes. So Crytek received a lot of hate and negative feedback for that, and it was not wrong for the fans to do this as it was Crytek’s responsibility to enhance the graphics.
Crytek Enhances the Graphics
After receiving all that hate, Crytek finally decided to enhance the graphics and make them look better than what they made them look like before. Now, on 21st August 2020, Crytek finally fixed the Graphics and released the new official trailer of Crysis Remastered, which revealed the new and improved graphics of the game. This finally made all the Crysis fans happy and they are now excited for the release of the game.
Crysis Remastered System Requirements
|CPU||Intel Core i7-7700K or AMD Ryzen 7 2700 or better|
|VIDEO CARD||Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB / AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB or better|
|DEDICATED VIDEO RAM||3072MB|