Crytek is all set to release the new Crysis 4!

Karan Bahuguna
|Published 05/01/2021

Crytek, the maker of the very well known game, Crysis, is currently working on an announced triple-A game. However, whether or not this is Crysis 4 or not is yet to be known.

A Crysis Battle Royale?

Some speculations are pointing towards the possibility of the new game being a Battle Royale. Or at least, providing the option of a Battle Royale. Having an open world Battle Royale with Crysis level graphics and coding would truly be a dream come true. However, the obvious “can it run Crysis” factor would still stand out.

Even Crysis Remastered, which was released 13 years ago, would give mid-range gaming CPUs a run for their money! The game consumes a whopping 4 GB of VRAM to be able to run at Max Settings and even then, only yields 40-60 fps on an RTX 3080!

A recent video posted by Linus Tech Tips revealed that the game was built with more than a million lines of code! This allows the game to look really good and almost holds up to today’s standards.

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Crysis Sequels release date?

Crytek was hacked into last year and a few hundred Gigabytes of files were leaked to the public. Apparently, this was the same group that hacked Ubisoft and leaked Watch Dogs: Legion’s source code. Coming back to the Crytek incident, a number of release dates of future Crytek sequels were released. The list, however, is relatively old as it also contained the release date of Crysis Remastered.

According to the release dates, Crytek was set to release Crysis 2 Remastered and Crysis 3 Remastered in 2021. However, seeing as how COVID-19 has restricted workflows, we wouldn’t be surprised if these dates are shifted up by some margin. In any case, the next possible sequel, Crysis Next, was estimated to be in 2022.

If anything, the “Can it run Crysis” meme is going to be more relevant than ever!

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