It’s been an extended wait, but Crysis Remastered is finally making its thanks to Steam. Players on other platforms have had Crysis Remastered for the past year, but on PC, those who wanted to have Crysis Remastered through Steam had to attend an Epic Games Store exclusivity deal. That deal is coming to an end, with Crytek today confirming the discharge date for the Steam version of Crysis Remastered.
As announced on Twitter today, Crysis Remastered will be hitting Steam on September 17th – nearly one year to the day after Crysis Remastered launched on the Epic Games Store and on consoles. The Steam page for Crysis Remastered is live now (and has been for quite a while already), though curiously enough , the sport isn’t up for pre-order at the instant .
— Crysis (@Crysis) September 7, 2021
In any case, Crytek explains on Twitter that Crysis Remastered will have a special launch discount on Steam for the primary week following release. The sport will be discounted by 20%, and people who already own Crysis on Steam will get a further 30% off the worth. On the Epic Games Store, Crysis Remastered runs $29.99, which will almost certainly be the worth the sport launches at on Steam.
The original Crysis Remastered will be heading to Steam as Crytek prepares to launch the Crysis Remastered Trilogy elsewhere. The Crysis Remastered Trilogy will be launching on October 15th and can feature remastered campaigns from all three Crysis games. Sadly, it won’t include multiplayer from any Crysis title, so only devour the Remastered Trilogy if you’re looking to play through the single-player Crysis campaigns again.
Like the original Crysis Remastered, it seems that the Crysis Remastered Trilogy also will be exclusive to the Epic Games Store on PC, a minimum of to start out . We will probably expect an identical year-long exclusivity period of the Crysis Remastered Trilogy, so don’t be surprised if the compilation doesn’t make its thanks to Steam until October 2022. We’ll keep you posted thereon front, so stay tuned for more.