Crysis Remastered gets free upgrade on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S

Crysis Remastered gets free upgrade on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S
Crysis Remastered gets free upgrade on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S
Crytek released today (7) a graphical update for Crysis Remastered focused on the PS5, Xbox Series X and Series S consoles. The free upgrade is not a complete port for the new generation, but it does guarantee three display modes for the game running via backward compatibility, allowing the user to prioritize frames, resolution or visual with Ray Tracing.

The game’s performance varies depending on the consoles. The staff of Digital Foundry managed to test the remaster of Crysis us in the new generation with early access and revealed the specifications of the game running in each of the three available modes, which are performance, quality and Ray Tracing.

1800p no PS5

The Xbox Series X is the only console that can deliver the game in 4K at 60 frames per second in quality mode. The PS5 reaches 60 fps in the same configuration, but in 1800p resolution.

According to Crytek, the differentiated resolution in the PS5 version is not related to the power of the console, but to the limitations of the PS4 Pro. As the game is running via backwards compatibility, the maximum quality delivered is 1800p.

30 fps no Xbox Series S

The Xbox Series S delivers 4K graphics with upscaling in quality-oriented mode. However, the frame rate is limited to 30 fps. The Microsoft input console maintains the same framerate in Ray Tracing mode, which works in Full HD.

The Xbox Series S targets 60 frames per second in performance mode.Fonte:  Digital Foundry

Performance mode tries to deliver 60 frames per second constant on all platforms, but dropping the resolution to Full HD. According to the Digital Foundry, the frame rate is stable on the Xbox Series X, but the Series S runs the game in certain areas with drops to 40 and 50 fps.

Xbox Series X
Modo performance – 1080p em 60 fps
Quality mode – 2160p aiming at 60 fps
Ray Tracing – 1440p mirando em 60 fps

Xbox Series S
Performance mode – 1080p aiming at 60 fps
Quality mode – 2160p at 30 fps
Ray Tracing – 1080p em 30 fps

PlayStation 5
Modo performance – 1080p em 60 fps
Quality mode – 1800p aiming at 60 fps
Ray Tracing – 1440p mirando em 60 fps

It is important to note that the graphics modes above Full HD also use dynamic resolution on consoles. That is, the quality changes according to the workload required to run each part of the game.

In addition to being available for PlayStation and Xbox, Crysis Remastered can be played on the Nintendo Switch and also on the PC, through the Epic Games Store.

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