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Which will, in a strange twist of fate, answer the question - "Can the Nintendo Switch run Crysis?" Developed by Crytek, 2007's Crysis was notorious for pushing hardware with its highly detailed visuals. The remaster is set to continue that trend new HD textures, advanced visual effects, and ray-tracing.

That will utilise CryEngine's software approach - that we tested and were impressed by. Here's the teaser trailer for Crysis Remastered.

Crysis Remastered will feature the original game’s single-player campaign alongside high-quality textures, an HD texture pack, improved art assets, temporal anti-aliasing, SSDO, SVOGI, state-of-the-art depth fields, new light settings, motion blur, parallax occlusion mapping, and particle effects (where applicable). Further additions like volumetric fog and shafts of light, software-based ray tracing, and screen space reflections deliver a major visual upgrade to this classic FPS experience.

The original Crysis arms players with the powerful Nanosuit on the battleground of a new war against alien invaders. The Nanosuit’s speed, strength, armor and cloaking allow creative solutions for every fight, with a huge arsenal of modular weaponry to give you incredible control over your play style. Become invisible to stalk enemy patrols, boost your strength to lay waste to vehicles, and deflect damage to dominate your enemies in this enormous sandbox world.

The trailer features a few seconds of in-engine footage and it looks as Crysis should - impressive. With a planned release for this summer (or winter here in ANZ) the fact that it's not out yet also means the age-old question of can it run Crysis is still apt. For a few more months at least.

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