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For a series that we haven't seen a new entry in years, Crysis is still well-known for its impressive visuals. And on PC, for bringing hardware to its knees for almost a decade. So much so that its takes NVIDIA's latest RTX 2080 card to run the game in 4K at high frame-rates. Segue-way! The Crysis trilogy is now backwards compatible on Xbox One.

As per the following tweet from Xbox's Major Nelson.



Which technically answers the question "Yeah, but can it run Crysis though?" for the Xbox One X. Albeit the Xbox 360 versions.



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