Why the Crysis Remastered Trilogy is a big deal

As many people already know Crytek has recently confirmed the upcoming release of the Crysis Remastered Trilogy for October 15th. Based on what we know the Crysis Remastered Trilogy will be available on the PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows. For those who choose to purchase the PS5 version of the Crysis Remastered Trilogy they will have the best quality in terms of gameplay. The PlayStation 5 version will feature 4K 1080p gameplay at 60 FPS and a more realistic feel due to the adaptive triggers and haptic feedback that Sony’s current generation console provides. The reason why the Crysis Remastered Trilogy is such a big deal is because it could end up being the last that we possibly see of the series itself. The last major installment within the Crysis series was released for the PS4 and the Xbox Xbox One back in 2013. Its been almost a decade since the release of Crysis 3 and Crytek has made no announcements about an upcoming sequel whatsoever. Its quite possible that Crytek had decided to take a hiatus in relation to the Crysis series; due to the lack of popularity that Crysis 3 had in comparison to its ‘11 prequel.

While the first Crysis game was arguably the best gameplay-wise the second installment from ‘11 had a very compelling storyline and a solid multiplayer mode. Crysis 3 arguably had the best soundtrack out of the trilogy and did a good job picking up after the events of Crysis 2. Its quite possible that Crytek has no ideas Crysis 4 as it relates to concept and storyline. Its also possible that a potential Crysis 4 game is not a priority for Crytek at the moment. Either way, fans of the Crysis series along with casual first-person shooter fans will be able to purchase both digital and physical copies of the remastered trilogy following its upcoming release in October 2021.

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