Performance, Quality and Ray Tracing modes are now available for current gen platforms.
A new update for Crysis Remastered is live for Xbox and PlayStation consoles, which adds a new level “Ascension” and the Classic Nanosuit menu. Various crashes have been resolved while performance has seen improvements. However, for Xbox Series X/S and PS5, a range of new graphical options are available.
These options are Performance Mode, Quality Mode and Ray Tracing, though their settings on each console are different. Xbox Series S players can run it 1080p/60 FPS, 2160p/30 FPS or 1080/30 FPS with ray tracing. PS5 players can experience the game at 1080p/60 FPS, 1800p/60 FPS and 1440p/60 FPS with ray tracing. Finally, Xbox Series X players can run the game at 1080p/60 FPS and 1440p/60 FPS with ray tracing but also at 2160p/60 FPS.
Though Performance Mode settings may be the same in terms of resolution and frame rate on all platforms, finer graphical details may differ. It is interesting that the Xbox Series X is capable of outputting at 4K/60 FPS while the PS5 runs it at the slightly lower 1800p/60 FPS. For more details on the Xbox and PlayStation updates, head here and here respectively.
Crysis Remastered console update is now live for PlayStation 4/5 and Xbox One / Series X/S players!
Ascension Level ✔
Classic Nanosuit Controls ✔
Multiple Bug Fixes ✔
Frame Rate Enhancements ✔
— Crysis (@Crysis) April 7, 2021