Crytech today revealed the release date of its Crisis Remaster trilogy. Owners’ fans can slip into their Nano suits from October 15, 2021 – Crisis 2 Remaster And Crisis 3 Remaster Appear separately.
The Crisis Remaster Trilogy Available in physical form for Xbox and PlayStation, players on the Nintendo Switch will have to wait a little longer. Fans will also receive a special bonus art card when it is later released on the Nintendo Switch. In addition, twenty art cards are numbered on one platform, signed by members of the development team, and roughly distributed in day-to-day orders.
The Crisis Remaster Trilogy Suitable and optimized for next gen consoles, so it is smoother and better than before. The original versions of the game ran at an average of 720p with a maximum of 30 FPS. The next gen consoles include the Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5, the Crisis RemasterGames between 1080p and 4K resolution can run up to 60 FPS – these values are achieved by dynamic resolution. In addition to significantly improved performance, Crisis Remaster Trilogy Excellent lighting effects and clear graphics displays clear characters, weapons and environments.
Prior to its October 15 release, Crytech released comparison videos showing the differences between remasters on next-gen consoles compared to the original games on the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3. Comparison videos for the Xbox and PlayStation clearly show the differences between the games:
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For starters Crisis Remaster Trilogy
The Crisis Remaster Trilogy PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | Starts October 15th on S and PC. The game is available in digital version via Epic Games Store, PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store. The Crisis Remaster Trilogy Costs 49.99.
For starters Crisis 2 Remaster And Crisis 3 Remaster
Crisis 2 Remaster And Crisis 3 Remaster Epic will be released on October 15 for the Game Store, PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store and the Nintendo Switch EShop and includes single player campaigns for the original games from 2011 and 2013. Versions cost € 29.99 each. The physics version for the Nintendo Switch will follow shortly.
Crisis Remaster – Available today!
With Crisis Remaster An updated single player campaign of the original title has been released since 2007 Available last fall at the Epic Game Store, PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store and Nintendo Switch Shop.
“We are very happy to meet the fans Crying-Like license Crisis Remaster Trilogy Can provide the new complete package, which will run parallel to the release of the restoration Cry 2 And Cry3 Will appear, ”says Stephen Holbick, Project Lead. “The adventure awaits gamers with breathtaking graphics, Fluid frame rates and high-quality textures on the PC and next-generation consoles with lightning-fast 60 FPS gameplay and a variety of graphic optimizations.
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