It’s been a little bit of a rocky road for Crysis Remastered these previous few weeks, with a leak of the game being met adverse reception from fans, resulting in the console as well as PC variations of the shooter being delayed. It is, however, still concerning the Switch over when it was initially intended to, and its designers have actually been sharing information on what can be gotten out of it on Nintendo’s hybrid at a rather consistent clip. Just recently, they did a half-hour-long stream of the remaster, disclosing some more brand-new information.
In the stream, which you can view in its totality listed below, it was verified that Crysis Remastered on the Switch over will certainly perform at a locked frame-rate of 30 FPS, at a resolution of 720 p-900 p when being played in docked mode. If you play it in portable setting, you can expect a resolution of 540 p-720 p.
Meanwhile, it’s been verified that the Switch variation sustains FXAA. Nonetheless, software-based ray-tracing– which has formerly been validated for other versions of the video game– will not be consisted of on the Switch. There is, obviously, a lot of gameplay footage throughout the stream, and also it looks remarkably fantastic, especially for a Change video game. Check it out listed below.
Crysis Remastered is out for the Change tomorrow, July23 The PS4, Xbox One, and also COMPUTER versions don’t yet have a release day.