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In a nod to the infamous original which brought all PC gaming hardware to its knees once those detail settings were cranked. With Crysis Remastered out September 18, with ray-tracing and all manner of advanced visual features and effects, the highest graphics setting in the game is called "Can it Run Crysis?". Very cool.

And per the following Tweet, Crytek is showcasing an in-game screenshot of what that looks like.

Max detail settings go above and beyond the recommended specs, which for Crysis Remastered are listed as a Intel Core i5-7600k or AMD Ryzen 5 CPU and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 TI or AMD Radeon Vega 56 GPU. Thankfully the game will support DLSS rendering so on an RTX-powered rig that question might be moot. Or not, we don't know.

We wouldn't put it past Crytek to add so many shadows and other bells and whistles to make it impossible to run with everything at max. Crysis Remastered is out September 18 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.


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