Crysis is a hot title because this is one game that smothered high-end gaming PCs more than a decade ago. Can it run Crysis was the most popular quote of the time! Bringing back the solid game and its insanely demanding graphical fidelity, the new title which is yet to be officially announced has got leaked earlier than expected. Crysis Remastered release date and trailer along with a couple of screenshots got leaked online.
Players who were looking forward to purchase this title and check if their modern-age Nvidia RTX 2080 Super could handle it can rejoice now. After all, what better can push the limits than Crysis because Cyberpunk 2077 is far from getting released due to continuous delay in development and is expected to be out somewhere in the end of 2020.
You can watch trailer here which is now all over Twitter as leaked by Wario64. The Twitter ID has had a solid reputation of leaking solid content before their official reveal. Besides, we all know that the remastered version of this game is under development and should be out anytime soon, hosted on the brand new Crytek engine.
The new engine combined with improved graphics will push the size of the game up to 7GB but that is puny numbers compared to Call of Duty Modern Warfare. Most modern titles push to 100GB like Gears of War and Red Dead Redemption 2 but being a 13 year old, it definitely looks great with crisp details and an excellent new world to explore.
Throughout the years, it has been the benchmark title for anyone to check a new PC build. Crysis Remastered release date is expected to be released somewhere before the end of July. The official trailer will be out tomorrow if we are to believe the leak. And, the game would also run on Nintendo Switch this time!