How to use Crysis Remastered’s “Classic Nanosuit Mode” on PC

How to use Crysis Remastered's

How to use Crysis Remastered’s “Classic Nanosuit Mode” on PC

When Crysis first released on consoles, the game’s Nanosuit controls were simplified. This change was mandated given the game’s translation from mouse/keyboard controls to console-style gamepads, but it fundamentally changed how Crysis played. Players could no longer sprint without activating the Nanosuit’s speed mode, or melee attack without activating strength mode.   

Now, with the release of Crysis Remastered, the Nanosuit’s modernised/consolised Nanosuit mode is enabled by default, a fact which may annoy fans of Crysis’ original release. Thankfully, Crytek has a “Classic Nanosuit Mode” option within the game which can address this issue. 

To enable Crysis Remastered’s Classic Nanosuit Mode, PC players must enter into the game’s “Options” menu and then select “Game Settings”. Within this menu, players should see the “Classic Nanosuit Mode” option below, which must be crossed to enable Crysis original Nanosuit control options. 

By enabling Crysis Remastered’s “Classic Nanosuit Mode”, PC players will be able to replay Crysis without controls with feel, for lack of a better term, wrong. Crysis Remastered’s modernised Nanosuit controls are similar to those seen in Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 and are identical to the console releases of Crysis 1. 

  

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Now, enjoy Crysis Remasted with classic PC controls. “Maximum Game.”

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