Can it run Crysis? That was the question put forward to any new gaming PC after Crytek’s sci-fi FPS launched in 2007. The super-powered shooter was famous for its highly detailed tropical environments and freeform sandbox combat, and now it’s coming to modern consoles and PCs in Crysis Remastered, according to a recent leak.
The remaster was revealed on Crytek’s official website, but the page has since been removed as it appears someone flipped the switch too early. That didn’t stop plenty of people from grabbing screenshots and posting them all over social media, though.
— Radek ♠︎ (@gamebowski) April 16, 2020
You can access the website very easily. pic.twitter.com/UFyTUjulbg
— Metalfy (@Metalfy4) April 16, 2020
Twitter user lashman dug into the site’s metadata and discovered a product description for the game. It reads: “Crysis Remastered brings new graphic features, high-quality textures, and the CRYENGINE’s native hardware–and API-agnostic ray tracing solution for PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and–for the very first time–Nintendo Switch.”