Crysis Remastered has actually simply been displayed again, with designer Crytek posting a brand-new ‘tech trailer’ video on YouTube revealing the game running at 8K resolution with some seriously impressive results.
Naturally enough, this is all part of Crytek’s drive to persuade fans that the upcoming remaster will look appropriately remarkable, after unfavorable reactionto earlier leaked gameplay video caused the video game to be delayed and revamped.
The results look appropriately stunning all-round, as you might picture, especially when the nanosuit is shown off in the clip, not to mention the attack aircraft carrier scene where the ray-traced reflections and driving rain look particularly climatic. The video reveals the initial Crysis visuals for comparison, too (and they still look pretty decent in all honesty).
There’s definitely plenty to look forward to for PC gamers going by this 8K footage, and we also get a glance of 8K at max details (referred to as the ‘Can it run Crysis?‘ mode). And presumably 8K with that particular graphics setting is going to offer even the most powerful video gaming PC a headache.
Checking times for the RTX 3090?
It’ll certainly be intriguing to see how the RTX 3090 will manage the pressure, as Nvidia is plugging this graphics card as the 8K king.
Here at TechRadar, we are constantly eager to run brand-new games through their speeds at 8K resolution to see how they fare, so we’ll most definitely be doing this with Crysis Remastered. Stay tuned for the results.
Obviously, if you’re believing about 8K gaming, bear in mind that you don’t simply need a powerful PC, however also an 8K display screen. And offered the cost of making 8K work, it’ll stay a really specific niche possibility for the time being– although in all possibility, Crysis Remastered in 4K will most likely look practically every bit as good.
Crysis Remastered comes out on September 18, simply a couple of days from now, on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.