Crysis Remastered has simply been proven off once more, with developer Crytek posting a new ‘tech trailer’ video on YouTube displaying the sport working at 8K decision with some severely spectacular outcomes.
Naturally sufficient, that is all a part of Crytek’s drive to influence followers that the upcoming remaster will look suitably glorious, after negative reaction to earlier leaked gameplay footage prompted the game to be delayed and revamped.
The outcomes look suitably beautiful all-round, as you may think, notably when the nanosuit is proven off in the clip, to not point out the plane service scene the place the ray-traced reflections and driving rain look notably atmospheric. The video exhibits the unique Crysis visuals for comparability, too (they usually nonetheless look fairly first rate in all honesty).
There’s actually a lot to sit up for for PC avid gamers going by this 8K footage, and we additionally get a glimpse of 8K at max particulars (referred to as the ‘Can it run Crysis?’ mode). And presumably 8K with that exact graphics setting goes to present even essentially the most highly effective gaming PC a headache.
Testing instances for the RTX 3090?
It’ll actually be fascinating to see how the RTX 3090 will address the pressure, as Nvidia is plugging this graphics card as the 8K king.
Here at TechRadar, we’re all the time eager to run new video games by their paces at 8K decision to see how they fare, so we’ll most actually be doing this with Crysis Remastered. Stay tuned for the outcomes.
Of course, in the event you’re eager about 8K gaming, do not forget that you don’t simply want a robust PC, but in addition an 8K show. And given the price of making 8K work, it’ll stay a really area of interest prospect in the interim – though in all chance, Crysis Remastered in 4K will in all probability look nearly each bit pretty much as good.
Crysis Remastered comes out on September 18, simply a few days from now, on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.