The game renowned for setting a PC on fire through its intense graphics and performance, Crysis, might be making a come back. After a long hiatus on Twitter, the Crysis twitter account decided to finally tweet for the first time since 2016. There have been rumours circulating for years about a Crysis remaster in the works. At this point, it is easy to say there is a 50/50 chance that it will be either a remaster or a full-fledged new game, simply because there are only one of two directions to move in. Release a new title, or bring back the classics with a remaster.
— Crysis (@Crysis) April 13, 2020
The exciting thought about a remaster is knowing they have been taking their time and not teasing anything too early. These are games that could easily benefit from a major next-generation graphics overhaul, utilizing the best tech there is. Crysis running with ray-traced graphics and audio, consistent high frames in 4k with buttery-smooth gameplay. Yeah, I’m perfectly okay with that. This could be a good opportunity for those who have no experienced the games before, find joy in them in a new era. That is if the remaster rumours hold true. Also remember that Crytek released Ryse: Son of Rome as a launch title for the Xbox One. A new title for the console launch would not be out of character.
Does the potential idea of a full remaster excite you, or are you more akin to wanting a brand new game? Some fans are deeply divided on what they want to see come in the form of a Crysis game. A new game benefits those that have already played the games to death, and a remaster benefits those who haven’t experienced the series. If they do come out with a remaster, it could also help the studio get back onto stable financial ground so they can produce the games they want to create. One way or another, fans are getting to play Crysis again.