Are Crysis Warhead, Crysis 2, And Crysis 3 Also Getting Remastered?

The things you can learn from two, since-deleted tweets where the person used plural multiple times in the subject – and that doesn’t seem to be unintentional…

Last week, Crysis Remastered was a big surprise – early in the week, it was teased before it got announced by the time the weekend arrived. However, Crytek doesn’t seem to plan to stop there, as Tim Willits said something he shouldn’t have. Willits no longer works at id Software, as he is now Saber Interactive’s chief creative officer, and this studio happens to be also working on the remaster of the game that launched in late 2007 PC and then four years later on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

„I always loved the Crysis games, and it’s exciting to work with Crytek to bring these games to new audiences,” Willits wrote on April 16, the day when Crysis Remastered was announced. Two days later, he added: „We will be talking about the remasters more soon. I’m glad people are excited.” Did you notice how he continued to use the plural in both tweets that he has scrubbed since? GG, Tim – way to ruin Crytek’s surprise!

If Crysis Remastered (which arrives this summer on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC) ends up being a financial success, then Crytek will likely work on the other three games as well. (A fun fact: Crysis Warhead, the standalone expansion to the first game, was developed in our country, at Crytek Budapest – the studio was closed in 2016.)

It’s a question of time to see Crytek and Saber Interactive announce the other remasters. Saber is a master of porting (they were responsible for bringing The Witcher 3 to the Switch!), and these re-releases could be easy money for both parties.

Source: WCCFTech

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