Crysis Remastered proved to be too demanding even for the most powerful home computers. The flagship NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card failed to launch the shooter with maximum settings.
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At the time of its debut in 2007, the Crysis game differed from other products by its high demands on the performance of graphics accelerators. Many were able to play it only years later, when powerful video cards became available and not expensive. As it recently became known, the updated version, subtitled Remastered, will return players to the same circumstances as more than 10 years ago. The famous gaming blogger Linus Sebastian has already tested the new product and made sure that even the most powerful gaming video card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 cannot render video in maximum quality. With a picture in 4K resolution, the frame rate fluctuated within the range of 25-32 FPS, but even when the graphics settings were lowered, the gaming expert could not achieve stability in this indicator, although he increased the screen refresh rate.
It is noted that the blogger's general computer configuration is at a high level. It has an Intel Core i9-10900K processor installed as a processor, and 32 GB of RAM powers it. Those wishing to know how Crysis Remastered will work for them will be able to do so on September 18th. It is on this day that the release of the shooter is planned on all current platforms.