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Crysis Remastered launches on July 23, 2020

A brand new trailer for Crysis Remastered has been released, giving away the fact that the game will launch next month on the 23rd of July, as well as a number of other details.

Crysis Remastered is the remastered version of Crysis, which developer Crytek released in 2007. The game was praised for how much freedom players were given to customise the in-game Nanosuit, opening up every mission for new ways of being played through. The game also looked fantastic, spawning two sequels which went on to sell fairly well.

While there’s no sign of a Crysis 4 in sight for the time being, Crysis Remastered is something that fans have been waiting a very long time for. The first game was restricted to PC, and then only sold as a pre-order bonus, before finally being made available on some consoles. Thankfully Crysis Remastered is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

The game’s latest trailer shows off just how good it looks all these years on. Everything has been remastered, so every location looks fantastic, and the customisation features are well and truly alive for all those Crysis diehard fans.

Alongside the release date and trailer, a listing for Crysis Remastered Launch Edition was found. This version of the product is for Xbox One only, and allows users to get two days early access to the game before anyone else. Whether this premium edition comes in the form of a physical copy is unknown right now.

Crytek has scheduled a gameplay reveal for the game tomorrow, which many fans have been looking forward to since it was confirmed. This gameplay reveal should serve to convince anyone on the fence just how well the game has been remastered. As long as the controls have been optimised for the Nintendo Switch, there will be a lot of eager gamers ready to play the game.

Crysis Remastered may well open the door for more Crysis games to follow suit. Crysis 2 was the most popular game in the series, and Crysis 3, the latest game in the series, was probably the best in terms of looks and mechanics. Time will tell if we see any more remasters in the series.

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