Original Crysis heading to consoles in October

Written by Joe Martin

September 9, 2011 | 10:51

Tags: #crysis #crysis-playstation-3 #crysis-ps3 #crysis-xbox-360

Companies: #crytek

Crytek has announced that it will launch a 'remastered' version of the original Crysis on consoles next month.

The new version of Crytek's formally PC-exclusive shooter will include new controls, new lighting and 'all new effects' according to a video reveal on GameTrailers.

A specific launch date beyond October 2011 has not been announced, but the game is confirmed for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles.

The announcement confirms previous rumours that Crytek was working on a console port of Crysis.

First released in 2007, the original Crysis spawned two sequel, Crysis: Warhead and Crysis 2, the latter appearing on both consoles and PC. Predictably, the PC version looked much better.

You can read our Crysis review and graphical analysis for more information on the game, or just let us know your thoughts in the forums.
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