For years, discussions about computers and games have been met with the question of one of the world’s leading players: “Yes, but can they play it”. cry? “If you have an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 on hand, you can now answer in the affirmative the next time someone asks you this question,” Crysis remastered I have received a next-generation update on both platforms.
Crytek has already announced updates in separate chains on cry subreddit. In a thread that spells out in detail a file PlayStation 5 updateWe learned that the game now comes with three different modes that users can switch between. The first is Performance Mode, which offers images at 1080p at 60 frames per second. Then we have 1800p60 quality mode, and finally, 1440p60 RayTracing mode.
It’s interesting that all three modes provide frames up to 60 fps, but we think you’ll have a more consistent frame rate in Performance mode than you’ll get with RayTracing running or the game running at 1800p. In any case, the increased frame rate is nice, especially in FPS.
On Xbox Series X. The subject of the update, We see the situation is exactly the same, only with better resolution in quality mode. While Performance and RayTracing modes still run in 1080p60 and 1440p60, respectively, the Xbox Series X’s Quality Mode beats 2160p60. On Xbox Series S, we finally see difference in frame rates between the different modes, with the console offering 1080p60 Performance Mode, 2160p30 Quality Mode, and 1080p30 RayTracing Mode.
In addition to the next-generation upgrades, console releases are also getting first-rate climb, along with the Nanosuit Classic menu and a slew of bug fixes. For more information on these fixes, hit the Reddit Series linked above, but otherwise, those who have a PS5 or Xbox Series X under their TV should give this update a download and take the next-gen version of Crysis remastered To spin.