Users on resetera have dug into a leaked store page on the Xbox Store for the upcoming Crysis Remastered, which shines light on some juicy details about this re-release of Crytek’s famous 2007 shooter. First announced to be coming out on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch back in April, the leak confirms an Xbox One release date in July, which can be presumed to be unanimous across platforms.
Store Page: “Crytek’s classic first-person shooter is back with action-packed gameplay, sandboxed world and exciting epic battles you loved so much the first time – now with remastered graphics optimized for a new generation of hardware.”
In addition to the leaked release date, the store page also contains screenshots showcasing the remastered graphics and confirming 4K Ultra HD support on Xbox One X. The file size is also said to be 7.01 GB. For reference, the original Crysis was 4.09 GB on Xbox 360.
Crysis is well known for its trademark technical proficiency, which was ahead of its time back in 2007 and still looks pretty good in 2020. Its gameplay was also notable for have open-ended approaches to combat scenarios – a feature heightened by the different abilities granted by the iconic Nanosuit. According to these leaks, gamers will be able to experience the fun all over again when Crysis Remastered lands on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on July 23, 2020.