Gaming studio Crytek has started to share a few teasers that suggest a renew of Crysis at the beginning of this week. The sci-fi first-person shooter franchise had its most important launch back in 2013 with Crysis 3, but the developers have not released any other game since then.
It now appears that Crytek has accidentally released the teasers in order to announce an upcoming Crysis remaster. The discovery has been made by Twitter user lashman.
“Crysis Remastered brings new graphic features, high-quality textures, and the CRYENGINE’s native hardware- and API-agnostic ray tracing solution for PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and – for the very first time – Nintendo Switch,” reads the text hidden within the page.
Crysis is one of the most popular series available for PC, and although it is not the installment many fans were expecting, a reboot of one of the most graphically impressive games of its time is definitely something to look forward to.
Now, because of the amazing advancements in technology, Nintendo Switch users will also be able to immerse themselves in the upcoming gameplay experience of Crysis.
Fortunately, before the web page was removed, IGN managed to get a screenshot of what seems to be a gameplay teaser. And although the developer has not yet announced the title, a reveal trailer is most definitely going to be released soon.
When it comes to the launch date, the piece of information on the page said that the game is ‘coming soon,’ with no specific date. The first Crysis title was released more than a decade ago, in November 2007, so it is a possibility that the gaming studio will launch the next title in the series in autumn of this year.