Back in 2007, saying that I had a computer that “runs Crysis ” was synonymous with having a super machine. The shooter became famous, in the history of games, more for demanding almost the soul of the PC than for the title itself. To the surprise of the fans, Crytek (developer of the franchise) revealed on Twitter the game Crysis Remastered – for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
The reactions of this revelation are being mixed with excitement, for having a new opportunity to play the first game in the series, and a little disappointment – since many expected an unprecedented game. Yeah … It seems that the end of this generation of consoles will be marked by remakes, remasters, reimaginations, reboots or whatever you want to call it.
The only information so far is even the platforms that Crysis Remastered will be ported to. It is worth mentioning that this will be the first time that a franchise title will be on a Nintendo console. Whether the game will be a decent port for this platform or whether it will fry the Switch only time will tell.
CLOAK DISENGAGED— Crysis (@Crysis) April 16, 2020
You’ve been asking. You’ve been waiting.
Today, that wait is over. It’s coming:
Crysis Remastered on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and – for the very first time on the Nintendo Switch Platform.https://t.co/2JnfyC7jRE pic.twitter.com/NWAHdoBEgD
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The military era of nanosuits
Crysis is a first-person shooter that puts the player in the shoes of a Raptor Team soldier (who belongs to the US government) armed with a nanosuit: a kind of armor, in fact, an exoskeleton of highly advanced military technology .
This special outfit allows its wearer to gain a superhuman boost of physical strength, speed, defense and camouflage skills. Some of his missions include facing North Korean soldiers, mercenaries armed to the teeth and even a technologically advanced alien race, known as Ceph.
The Crysis franchise has four titles released so far: Crysis (2007), Crysis Warhead (2008), Crysis 2 (2011) and Crysis 3 (2013).