Crysis Remastered trilogy has improved compared to the original
Xbox 360 vs. Xbox Series X
Crysis was one of the most beautiful games of the time, if not the most beautiful, although this beauty had its price, as it still made the more robust machines go on years later.
Crysis 2-3 wasn’t ugly either, but there were more advanced visuals on the market when they were released. Well, not that it doesn’t hold up in the original for all three titles to date, but it’s nice to have a refurbished version if it’s a quality renovation, isn’t it?
We haven’t lost any sleep with Crysis Remastered, but we hope that a similar release of Episodes 2 through 3 will improve, especially from the video below.
The comparison was based on the Xbox 360 and Xbox Series X versions, so Crysis 1-2-3, which was two generations earlier and is now in the generation, was discussed.
More detailed high-resolution textures, 4K, and targeted 60 fps are guaranteed, but there will also be a dynamic resolution, which means that in exchange for a 1080p compromise, you can play at much higher speeds than with 4K.
In addition, the effects, weather phenomena, such as the significant development of rain and light-shadow conditions, have also been significantly better. Then we’ll see what it’s going to look like on our plane when we’re running.
Crysis was released in 2007, Crysis 2 in 2011, Crysis 3 in 2013, and Xbox 360 for PlayStation 3 and PC. The revamped edition of the trilogy will be released in the last quarter of 2021, but also in the fall for PC, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, and Nintendo Switch.