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Crysis Remastered looks really impressive in 8K

Crysis Remastered looks really impressive in 8K

On the occasion of the release of Crysis Remastered, which is almost here, developer Crytek has just published a new video that compares visuals in 8k of the new game to the graphics in the old Crysis from 2007. This tech trailer is definitely going to silence the complaints of all those that have been saying that the game doesn't look good enough because it definitely looks amazing. Shadow effects, textures, water reflections, and every single detail in the game looks stunning, and the trailer demonstrates that Crysis Remastered is quite capable of squeezing out every drop of performance from your GPU, providing that it is there, of course.

Although most players probably don't have a computer powerful enough to handle such a configuration and run the game properly in 8K, it wouldn't surprise us if Crysis Remastered ended replacing its predecessor as a benchmark tool for graphic cards during the next fifteen years or more, pretty much as the old Crysis did. After all, the game even has a graphic mode specifically created for that called "Can I Run Crysis?", which is "designed to demand every last bit of your hardware with unlimited settings."



If your computer is capable or not of handling Crysis Remastered on such high-quality graphic settings is a different matter. Although we don't doubt that there are quite a lot of people that already have an eye on the next generation of graphic cards recently announced by Nvidia the truth is that most of us will have to do with more modest configurations. The good thing, of course, is that the gameplay of Crysis Remastered is going to be at least as good as the original, and that should be enough to grant it a place in most of the video games libraries when it's released on September 18.


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