The Nintendo Switch version will run at 30fps
NS digital foundry Today (Tuesday 17) he posted on his YouTube channel a video clip with gameplay Crysis 2 Remastered rolling no PlayStation 5. According to the video, the PS5 version of the game will be launched 60 frames per second But will not support ray tracing. Crysis 2 and 3 Remastered are scheduled for release later this year for all consoles
According to the video, Crysis 2 . will launch 1440 p On PS5 with good frame rate Close to what would be steady at 60fpsHowever, the game will not support ray tracing. It is very likely that the version Xbox Xbox X They work very similarly, but it is worth noting that there will also be a version of nintendo Toggle queue It should run at a steady 30 frames per second.
In addition to the preview of the game running on PlayStation 5, Digital Foundry also interviewed developer Saber Interactive and got some important information about the game’s development. One of the information revealed is that the console version will not support ray tracing due to The developers decided to create a unique graphics quality mode that could strike a good balance between performance and image quality.
So, unfortunately for some, Players will not be able to customize the graphics quality or resolution options on consoles.. With the arrival of the new generation, some titles bring three to four options that can suit each user’s preferences, but that won’t be the case with Crysis 2 Remastered. The PC version, as usual, will have different quality, effects, and resolution adjustments.
Stalker 2: The developer confirms that the game is made with Unreal Engine 5
This will be the first title and Unreal Engine 5 capable of receiving mods on PC
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By the way, it is worth noting that, unlike the remastered version of the first Crysis which was based on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game, Crysis 2 and 3 Remastered will be based on the original versions of these two games on PC.
Crysis 2 Remastered will be released sometime in the third quarter of 2021 for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 (and PlayStation 5 for backward compatibility), and Xbox One (and Xbox Series X | S for backward compatibility). For more information, you can watch the full video mentioned above.
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