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Crytek has announced that its remastered compilation of Crysis titles, Crysis Remastered Trilogy, will be available for purchase on October 15 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC platforms for $49.99. The remastered versions of Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 will also be available for purchase individually on that date for $29.99 each.

Unfortunately for Steam users, the Crysis Remastered Trilogy appears to be a timed exclusive for the Epic Games Store. That is the only PC platform listed in Crytek’s press release.

Originally announced back in June, the Crysis Remastered Trilogy includes the single-player remasters of Crysis, Crysis 2, and Crysis 3, all of which were optimized in partnership with Saber Interactive. The game will play between 1080p and 4K at 60 FPS on next-gen consoles via backward compatibility.

Crytek had previously released comparison videos that highlight the differences between the remasters running on the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 versus their Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 counterparts. A comparison trailer for the PC version is coming soon.

Crysis Remastered Trilogy will also receive a physical release for Xbox and PlayStation platforms. Nintendo Switch will get a separated retail release for Crysis 1, 2 and 3 Remastered, with players being able to get their hands on an exclusive bonus art card. Additionally, twenty art cards randomly inserted into day one orders for each format will be numbered and autographed by members of the development team.

Source: Crytek

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  1. [QUOTE=”Grimlakin, post: 40736, member: 215″]
    Wait a hot second. The game will play between 1080p and 4k at 60fps? So… does that mean 1440p?
    Direct quote from Crytek:
    ” The original games played at an average of 720p resolution and up to 30 FPS. On Xbox Series X & PlayStation 5 the Crysis remasters play between 1080p and 4K at 60 FPS, achieved with Dynamic Resolution for excellent performance on today’s hardware. ”

    . . .so well, um. . .maybe? Consoles are notorious for rendering at lower than standard resolutions despite their naming of them so anything is possible. Factor in DR and it’s all over the map.

  2. Not too surprised by the EGS timed-exclusiveness of this for PC. Seems like Crytek probably signed some kind of agreement for the remasters way back before the 1st one came out.

    A little bummed but thankfully 2 & 3 can be bought separately since I already have the 1st remastered, which by the way has improved a lot since release. Still has some funkiness’ but overall I’m pretty happy with it.

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