Video: Crysis Remastered ‘Tech Features’ Trailer Shows The Game Running On Switch

Video: Crysis Remastered ‘Tech Features’ Trailer Shows The Game Running On Switch
See the tech used to bring the game to life
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  • by Ryan Craddock
Developer Crytek has shared a brand new video for Crysis Remastered, which just so happens to be launching on Nintendo Switch next week.

The video takes a look at some of the tech being utilised to make the game run as well as it can on Nintendo’s portable console. Apparently, the game will feature “high-quality textures, global illumination (SVOGI), vegetation bending, optimized dynamic light settings, dynamic resolution, gyro aiming, motion blur, bloom (light rays and sunbeams) and much more”, which all sounds very fancy indeed.

Despite being delayed on other platforms, Crysis Remastered will still be available on the Switch eShop starting from 23rd July. The game will only take up 6.2GB of free space, so you should hopefully be able to squeeze it onto your micro SD card without too much trouble.

Are you thinking of buying this next week? Does this new trailer convince you, or are you still on the fence? Let us know with a comment below.

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