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Crysis 2 Remastered and Crysis 3 Remastered: How Improved Are The New Games?

Digital Foundry : The complete Crysis Remastered Trilogy launched this week! Building on the existing launch of the original Crysis remaster, both sequels are now added to the mix, arriving on PlayStation, Xbox and Switch consoles - and of course, PC. But how have these remasters changed the game? To what extent can vintage 2011 and 2013 games scale up to today's hardware? And do they still have the graphical wow factor that defined them back in the day?

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PrinceOfAnger41d ago (Edited 41d ago )

A LOT

We have benchmarked no game more than Crysis 3. It took pride of place in our GPU and CPU testing for a colossal eight years - longer than any other title. And even today, the fully maxed Crysis 3 PC experience poses profound challenges to the most powerful PC components on the market. That's one reason why we're still playing the game, the other is - put simply - that we love it.

Profchaos42d ago

2 has greatly improved many things most importantly they lost the blue hue that was present throughout the game and has a more natural lighting system. So it's more artistic changes and a few quality of life changes for 2

3 well not much but it didn't need a lot of work really.

Yui_Suzumiya42d ago

I'm getting 2 and 3 for the Switch through Limited Run Games. Still think they should have gotten a normal retail release like the first game but it is what it is, lol

badboyz0941d ago

G4TV used to hype of this game and it's graphics. Yet i never I saw the Hype.