Crysis Remastered brought one of Crytek’s best games ever to modern consoles last year, and soon, the rest of the trilogy is going to follow suit as well, with the upcoming Crysis Remastered Trilogy compiling updated versions of all three games. And though the trilogy’s launch is still a little ways off, Crytek has started giving us a fair idea of what to expect from the games on the technical side of things.
Recently, for instance, speaking with Digital Foundry, the developer reiterated that like Crysis Remastered, the other two Crysis games will also not be receiving native PS5 and Xbox Series X/S ports and will instead run on the new consoles via backward compatibility, though with targeted optimizations. On PS5, Crysis 2 Remastered will run at 1440p and target a 60 FPS frame rate, while according to Digital Foundry, the Xbox Series X version will be targeting a higher resolution.
There’s no word on exactly what the resolution on Xbox Series X will be, or what we can expect from the Xbox Series S version, or what Crysis 3 Remastered will be targeting just yet. That said, with updated textures, lighting, and much more, it definitely seems like the three shooters are in for a pretty significant visual overhaul.
Crysis Remastered Trilogy is due out this Fall, but an exact release date for it hasn’t yet been revealed.