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Never let it be said that Crytek and its Crysis franchise are not self aware. Proving otherwise, the developers of Crysis Remastered have added a high fidelity setting dubbed "Can It Run Crysis?" to the upcoming PC version of the remake, which promises to tax your system "with unlimited settings." Shown above is a screenie taken with the new setting. Crytek is playing off the long running joke of asking, 'Yeah, but can it run Crysis?', whenever there is a new hardware announcement. The original Crysis was notoriously punishing on PCs of its era. This time around, the minimum and recommended settings for Crysis Remastered suggest it will be considerably easier to run on modern hardware. Here is... Read more...
It looks like Crytek is attempting to kill one of the longest running jokes on PC, that being whether or not something can run Crysis. While a bit stale at this point, Crysis Remastered had the potential to revive the gag. But if the newly published minimum and recommended system requirements are anything to go by, the answer is yes, your PC probably can run Crysis Remastered. It has been more than a decade since Crysis came out, and more than seven years since the latest installment, Crysis 3. Crysis Remastered is exactly as the name implies—a remastered version of the original game with updated graphics and optimizations for modern hardware. And if you own a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti or Radeon... Read more...
One of the most beloved, and PC crushing game franchises ever produced was Crytek's Crysis franchise. Those games are ancient by gamer standards, but the graphics are still quite good even today. Crysis Remastered has been anticipated by fans of the original franchise since word of the game first surfaced. Remastered has already launched on the Nintendo Switch, and the developers announced the game is coming to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 next month. The game will launch on those platforms on September 18, and it will come as a digital release via the Epic Games Store, the PlayStation Store, and the Microsoft Store. In the US, it will sell for $29.99, while in Europe, it will sell for €29.99.... Read more...
One of the coolest games ever for the PC was the original Crysis. The game was well known for a fantastic story and epic graphics. Many gamers who enjoyed Crysis on the PC when it originally launched way back in 2007, will remember that the game could bring the most powerful computers to their knees. As such, the phrase "but can it run Crysis?" was first coined, referencing the system-crusher the game really was. Regardless, gamers were excited to hear that Crysis Remastered was in the works and would also be landing on the Nintendo Switch, along with other consoles and the PC when it arrives. Unfortunately, the game has now been delayed. We would like to share an important update with you all!... Read more...
At this point, it seems one of two possibilities are most likely—either Crytek is getting ready to announce a remastered version of Crysis, complete with support for real-time ray tracing, or the developer is trolling us. The latter does not make much sense, so we are much more inclined to believe the former, based on the latest leak. Before we get to that, let's recap Crytek's cryptic Twitter post earlier this week. Crytek's official "@Crysis" Twitter account had been silent dating all the way back to December 2016, then this past Monday, it came out of hibernation and posted in all caps, "RECEIVING DATA." This led to a flurry of speculation, especially in light of the Crysis.com domain... Read more...