Crytek hints at Crysis 2 Remastered plans

Crytek hints at Crysis 2 Remastered plans

Crytek hints at Crysis 2 Remastered plans

It looks like Crytek has more Crysis Remasters on the horizon, as the studio has started dropping hints that they could be working on a new version of Crysis 2. 

On Twitter, Crytek’s Crysis Twitter account said one thing, “They used to call me Prophet.” That line is from the opening of Crysis 2, clearly hinting at a future remaster. Unfortunately, this means that Crysis: Warhead may not be getting remastered, which I believe is a missed opportunity given the success of Crysis Remastered on PC and consoles. 

While Crysis 2 offers gameplay that is dissimilar to its predecessor, it is the game that made the series a mainstream success, being the first title in the series to launch on both PC and console platforms. This is what made the series a mainstream success, even if the game was poorly received by gamers at launch. 

Crysis 2 Remastered was given several post-launch PC updates that delivered enhanced visuals on PC, giving gamers enhanced textures, new DirectX 11 features and higher-end graphics options. Crysis 2 Remastered will likely use these PC only features and add even more upgrades to the game, such as ray tracing support and 4K-ready texture upgrades. 

At this time, we do not know when Crytek will officially announce Crysis 2: Remastered, though we expect the company to reveal the game sometime soon. 

 Crytek hints at Crysis 2 Remastered plans

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Crytek hints at Crysis 2 Remastered plans