Crysis Remastered has been up to date to model 1.1.zero. Because the official Twitter account says, “We listened in your comments and are glad to offer our first set of larger adjustments, additions and fixes to Crysis Remastered.”
The ones adjustments come with the reinstatement of a number of options from the unique sport—leaning, a quickthrow key for grenades, and Vintage Nanosuit controls. There is nonetheless no quicksave, a disappointing omission, however there are extra updates to come back. Efficiency has been advanced, with stutters brought about through Ray Tracing fastened, and there is a caution whilst you transfer to “Can It Run Crysis” graphics mode now should you did not understand simply what successful to efficiency it might be.
- Fixed an issue where HDR caused colors to look too bright, unnatural and artifacted during daylight levels.
- Fixed a Crash during legal screens.
- Fixed a rare crash during cutscenes after starting new game.
- Fixed the visible ‘Replace Me’ textures on environment objects when “Textures Quality” is set to “low”.
- Fixed a bug where an endless static sound could be heard until the very end of the game. (Fleet – Reckoning).
- Fixed an issue where SFX and music were lagging behind animations if player changed the active window during cutscenes.
Here are the Crysis Remastered system requirements.