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Crysis Remastered Still Coming to Switch

Crytek confirms on Twitter that Crysis Remastered is coming to Nintendo Switch console on July 23, 2020.

Days before official premiere, gameplay trailer for much-anticipated Crysis Remastered got leaked on Microsoft Store and due to negative fan reactions over its poor graphics quality, developer/publisher Crytek decided to delay release.

Before being hit by social media criticisms, Crysis Remastered was about to be release on July 23, which has now been postponed. However, Crytek is planning to launch Nintendo Switch version of the game on formerly scheduled time.

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Crysis Remastered Still Coming to Switch

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With a cryptic tweet, Crysis Remastered was teased for consoles and PC back in April 2020. When time for a gameplay reveal finally arrived, fans pointed out from a leaked video that graphics didn't look as impressive as they hoped.

Taking note from player feedback, Crytek decides to push back their set release date right away to do more polishing. With only two weeks away from previously planned launch date, they announced to hit Switch console just in time.

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Crytek has officially confirmed fans on their Switch release date for Crysis Remastered on Twitter lately.

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Crytek has yet to reveal a new official date for Crysis Remastered release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Ever since release, original Crysis game has pushed PC limits to extreme test and served as a benchmark for higher visual quality.

Crytek cancelling out Switch delay for Crysis Remastered is surely a blessing for many Nintendo Switch fans and they are surely in luck to have the chance experiencing Crysis for first time ever while players on other platforms are still waiting.