Crysis Remastered Release Date, File Size, And Screenshots Potentially Leaked Via Microsoft Store

If this is true, the game could release as early as next month.

Posted By | On 30th, Jun. 2020 Under News, Rumors


2007’s Crysis was always something of a legend, which turned into a meme, about how high-end it was at the time of its release. The game spawned something of a legacy, too, getting an expansion as well as two sequels. A remaster was confirmed to be coming to modern systems (with the potential for the sequels later maybe), and we’ve yet to see it in action. But it does seem like information about it could have leaked.

Via the Brazilian Microsoft Store, the page for the Xbox One version of the game’s listing has been accessed early, which you can check out here. There’s no way to look at the price, but everything else is here. According to this listing the game will be 7.01 GB big as well as supporting 4K and HDR. The biggest thing, of course, is the release date is listed as July 23rd, meaning the game could released in less than a month’s time. There’s also three screenshots, which you can see below.

As with any leak, keep in mind that it’s always possible that these are placeholder numbers so it could be inaccurate, but similar leaks from the Microsoft Store have proven pretty on the nose in the past. The official gameplay trailer is supposed to go live on July 1st, which you can see through here. If the game really is coming out as early as this listing indicates, we’ll most likely get an official date there.

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