The former classic shooter Crysis was known to be re-released as a souped-up remastered version in 2020 – and this is now apparently being further enhanced.
Fans of the classic shooter Crysis, who keep it up with the remastered version released last year, have every reason to be happy: Crytek is evidently getting more involved with the title and wants to keep it up to date with the latest technology.
Only recently, the PC version of Crysis Remastered was given DLSS support, which is intended to further improve the graphics and the performance on the computer at home. But what about the next-gen platforms PS5 and Xbox Series X / S? At least they have not yet received an optimized version of the game – but that could change reasonably soon.
The creators spoke up via Twitter and initially confirmed the publication of hotfixes for motion blur problems that occurred; in addition, DLSS should work on all supported platforms.
But the continuation of the tweet is more interesting, because it says that “updates for both Xbox and PlayStation” are in the works, which should appear “very soon” and should offer “some great additions”. PS5 and Xbox Series X / S are not mentioned by name in this context, but the community is quite sure that Crytek must mean corresponding next-gen upgrades.
The most popular feature in this context is an uncapped frame rate in a performance mode and haptic feedback thanks to the DualSense controller on the PS5.