The rumours were true, Crytek are indeed remastering the full Crysis trilogy. The release date for the second and the third game in the franchise is set for later this year.
Developer Crytek today announced that the Crysis Remastered Trilogy will launch for consoles and PC sometime in Autumn 2021. The trilogy which has been subject of many rumours and leaks over the last couple of months will feature the single-player remasters of Crysis, Crysis 2, and Crysis 3, optimized in partnership with Saber Interactive for today's consoles and PC hardware.
The three-game bundle will be available on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and for PC, with the game playing even smoother on next-gen PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. Crysis Remastered is available for these platforms now, and the remasters of Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 will also be made available separately.
Crytek also shared a small teaser trailer where you can see some gameplay from the remasters. The footage does not really show any major improvements so we will have to wait for bigger gameplay trailer to see if these remasters are worth it.
If you're interested in the original Crysis with fancy new visuals, check out our review of the game here.
It's worth mentioning that these are just some of the Crysis projects that Crytek are working on right now. Rumour has it, a battle royale Crysis free to play game is in development as well as a full-fledged AAA Crysis game. Keep in mind that these are just rumour based on the Crytek files leak.