A ton of new details about Crysis 2 and 3 Remastered have surfaced online. These details come from the recently leaked files and reveal Crytek's plans to remaster the full trilogy.
Just like rumours suggested, Crytek indeed have plans to remaster the full trilogy of Crysis with Saber Interactive once again helming the development of both Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 remasters. This is according to the new leaked files which reveal pretty much everything about these releases.
Crysis Remastered was originally scheduled to release in February 2020, Crysis 2's release date was set for August 2020 while the final part of the trilogy was meant to release in February 2021. Of course, the project have already been delayed which probably means we will see Crysis 2 sometime in February 2021 while Crysis 3 could arrive later in 2021 or even in early 2022.
The files reveal that the development started in 2019 with a budget of 15 million euros. Crytek planned to have twelve months of development for each title but it looks like the global pandemic has an impact on their plans.
Furthermore, the documents reveal a detailed description of all improvements that Saber Interactive will have to implement in the remasters.
Crytek are yet to announce Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 remasters but it seems the development of these games are well underway. It will be interesting to see if the developer release an official statement, confirming that they are working on more remasters.
For more Crytek leaks and rumours, read more about Crysis Next, which is Crytek's free to play battle royale game.