It’s only a matter of time until the highly-praised first-person shooter Crysis from 2007 will receive a remastered version. In less than two weeks, Crysis Remastered will bring exciting enhancements like 8K resolution, ray tracing, motion blur, Global Illumination (SVOGI), and more.
The Crysis game from 2007 runs on multiple platforms (Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360), which means that we shouldn’t expect something too different when it comes to Crysis Remastered. But regardless of the platform the new game will run on, the graphics will be a true delight.
The PC exclusive mode takes the cake
The Twitter account of the game is proud to present the PC exclusive mode that is ‘designed to demand every last bit of your hardware with unlimited settings’:
Today's post is dedicated to our PC community!
We want to show you, for the very first time, an in-game screenshot using the new "Can it Run Crysis?" Graphic mode, which is designed to demand every last bit of your hardware with unlimited settings – exclusively on PC! pic.twitter.com/kVHEf63oWe
— Crysis (@Crysis) September 6, 2020
If you plan on playing Crysis Remastered on a PC, you should start upgrading your components ASAP or be sure that you already have the necessary ones available. The game won’t work on an operating system below Windows 10, and it requires at least an Intel Core i5-3450 processor and 8GB of RAM. But the demanded GPU represents the most interesting part: you’ll need an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti or something equivalent, packing 4GB of VRAM in 1080p. But these are only the minimum requirements…
If you’re willing to enjoy the game at the recommended configuration, the stakes are raised significantly higher. You’ll need at least 12GB of RAM, a video card with 8GB for the VRAM (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti or AMD Radeon Vega 56 are among the recommended cards), and a processor like the Intel Core i5-7600k or the AMD Ryzen 5 are the best choices.
Crysis already impressed the gaming world back in 2007 with its beautiful graphics for those times, which is another compelling reason for why we should expect only the best from the remastered game.