Crysis Remastered Release Date, Screenshots, And Trailer Leak Online
More details about the Crysis remaster have emerged online ahead of schedule.
More details about Crysis Remastered have leaked ahead of a bigger reveal on July 1. [Update: That reveal has now been postponed. With the trailer and Switch screenshots leaking online and the reception not being especially positive, Crysis Remastered and the trailer reveal have been delayed.]
A listing on Xbox Live reveals the game's supposed release date, July 23, while the page also contains the game's first screenshots and its debut trailer. The trailer is available below, as spotted by Wario64 on Twitter. You can see the first three screenshots further down the page.
The description for Crysis Remastered states that the game will have "remastered graphics optimized for a new generation of hardware." It will be about 7 GB, according to the listing. The leaked trailer shows that Crysis Remastered was co-developed by Saber Interactive and original creator Crytek.
As you can see in the images below, the game does look much better and crisper. The original Crysis was released in 2007, and at the time the game was heralded for its impressive graphics.
Crysis Remastered was striking in 2007 that GameSpot awarded it a 9.5/10, with our Crysis review reading, "If you put it all together, Crysis is just remarkable. This is a game that pushes the envelope in terms of both technology and gameplay and does so with aplomb. Crysis raises the expectations for every shooter to follow when it comes to graphics, interactivity, environments, immersiveness, AI, and gameplay. Quite simply, Crysis represents the first-person shooter at its finest, most evolved form."
The list of Achievements for Crysis Remastered have also leaked online--see them here at True Achievements.
The first gameplay trailer for Crysis Remastered is set to be released on July 1 at 12 PM PT / 9 AM PT / 6 PM CEST. In addition to Xbox One, Crysis Remastered is expected to release on PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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