When Crytek announced that a remaster for the original Crysis Fans were excited to see how much the game's legendary graphics would improve – but a leaked trailer disappointed so many fans with the graphics changes that Crytek has now pushed the game's release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One for a few weeks.
On July 10th Crytek announced that the Nintendo Switch version will "arrive" on July 23rd, indicating that other versions may be released in August.
A trailer shows some gameplay and the release date was July 23rd first leaked on YouTubeand the graphics left a bad taste on some fans. Several commented on how the game's graphics remained significantly unchanged from the 2007 original. one Fan even said The remaster "looks like original Crysis, but with the lowest settings."
You can decide whether the game looks too similar to a game over 10 years old:
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Crysis, a sci-fi first person shooter series that was originally released on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 praised for its graphic design and remained a benchmark for people who want to test the performance of their gaming PC builds. (The graphic fidelity is guaranteed a meme That still works 10 years later.) When Crytek agreed to remaster the game with "high-quality textures and improved art objects" and yet inexplicably would pass the "Can-it-Run-Crysis" test on a Nintendo Switch. We did definitely raised our ears.
Crytek acknowledged the leaks and disappointed fans by promising to work a little more on the game. "This extra time before publication will allow us to get Crysis Remastered up to the PC and console standard you expect Crysis Games, ”said Crytek an explanation on 1st of July.
It is not uncommon in the gaming industry for games to be delayed one or more times, although it is rare for a game to be delayed due to fans' setbacks. Crysis remasterThe delay reflects a similar move by the film industry last year when Paramount released the film's release date Sonic the Hedgehog after receiving a backlash on the design of the blue hedgehog with the title.
Update July 10, 3:28 p.m. ET: Crytek has now confirmed that Crysis Remastered will launch on July 23 on the switch.