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Crysis Remastered out now on Steam

Complete with special discounts, Crytek’s remaster of the original Crysis is finally available on Steam, serving up a modern FPS experience.

The Crysis returns

Crytek’s beast of an FPS was once one of the most brutal titles to run for PC gamers. Personally, I had a pretty good PC at the time it was released, but I couldn’t even hope to have run it.

Since then of course, Crysis has been ported to a bunch of platforms. That’s the passage of time for you, it makes even the most incredible looking title somewhat tame after a while. As of about a year ago though, Crytek saw to that.

Crysis Remastered first appeared last summer for consoles and the PC, though didn’t come to Steam at the time. That’s been remedied as of last week though, and can now be added to your Steam library.

“We’re delighted to bring Crysis Remastered to even more PC fans with the game’s release on Steam,” said Steffen Halbig, Project Lead. “We will also have some exclusive Steam trading cards available, and we look forward to seeing people enjoy the stunning Remastered version of the game!”

Steffen Halbig, Project Lead

Crysis Remastered features the action-packed, single-player, sandbox gameplay from the classic acclaimed shooter, upgraded with remastered graphics, high-quality textures, improved art assets and more. Face down an alien invasion armed with the powerful Nanosuit, which provides super strength, armor, speed and cloaking abilities. Choose your own path as you use a huge arsenal of modular weapons to fight enemies on ever-changing battlefields.


Owners of the original Crysis (on Steam) can grab a tidy discount right now too. Actually, it’s a beefy one with 50% off the ticketed price. Own Crytek’s Hunt: Showdown? Then you’ll get even more off the price.

As usual with these kinds of things though, if you want the discounts you might want to act fast.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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