A yr after arriving on the Epic Games Store as a timed unique, Crysis Remastered has lastly been launched on Steam – and, maybe surprisingly, gamers don’t appear completely satisfied to see it. Crysis could also be among the finest FPSs on PC, nevertheless it’s at the moment sitting on a rating of ‘Mixed’ on Steam thanks to quite a few points.

The authentic Crysis launched again in 2007 and continues to be out there on Steam, plus it nonetheless actually seems fairly good immediately – maybe due to the truth that it was such a graphical powerhouse that many PCs on the time struggled to run it, creating an entire meme within the course of.

Crysis Remastered provides assist for up to 8K resolutions, DLSS, and ray-tracing, together with the power to swap between basic and fashionable go well with controls – “modern” on this case referring to the 8-year-old Crysis 3. That’s just about it, and plenty of gamers on Steam are venting their displeasure within the reviews part.

The most blatant level of criticism is that the remaster doesn’t actually do sufficient to justify paying £24.99/$29.99/€29.99 when the unique is cheaper even at full worth, even ignoring the truth that it goes on sale typically. Crysis Remastered additionally removes quite a few options from the unique too – reminiscent of multiplayer, the power to handbook save, and supposedly the brand new graphical options are badly optimised too. Reviews even state that the power to lean is gone too, regardless that that was patched into the EGS model of Remastered final yr.

Just to add additional salt into the wound for Steam customers, the total Crysis Remastered Trilogy releases subsequent month – and as soon as once more, it’s an Epic Games Store unique, so anybody who picks up Crysis 1 Remastered on Steam will most likely have to wait one other yr to seize the Crysis 2 and three remasters.