Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Crytek showed Crysis remaster gameplay on Nintendo Switch

If in 2007 a video game fan were told that Crysis would ever run on a small portable console, he would never have believed it. But now, 13 years later, the reissue of one of the most demanding games of the last decade almost got to the Nintendo Switch. And judging by the gameplay entries provided by the developers, the port looks quite decent.

The Crysis remaster version for Switch will be released on July 23. The authors decided to show that the port for the hybrid console has its own improvements. With the help of GIF-files, the studio demonstrated dynamic lighting support with new settings, refined systems of destructibility and interactivity of the environment, as well as the aiming function of the gyroscope.

In addition to the above gifs, Crytek has posted several new screenshots. Judging by them, Crysis on the Nintendo Switch hybrid console will really look a little better than the original PC version of the game.

If before the release of the Crysis remaster on the Nintendo Switch, there are less than ten days left, then the owners of other platforms, alas, will have to wait a little longer. The originally updated version of the shooter was supposed to be released on July 23 both on PC and on consoles, however Crytek decided to finalize the title after criticizing the merged gameplay screenshots.