Regarding Crysis Remastered, it was said yesterday that the video cards do not have it, and a youtuber checked to see if this was true for the RTX 3080.
- The developers say the Crysis Remaster does not have any video cards
- At least at the highest graphics settings
- An RTX 3080, for example, appears to be able to squeeze 25-32 fps out of the game
Crysis Remastered was released today, and developers have warned well in advance that it will sweat our machine in the same way as the original program did in 2007. Renovation manager Steffen Halbig, for example, said yesterday that there is no video card that can squeeze 30 fps out of the game, Can it Run Crysis, which has the highest graphics settings? mode and 4K resolution, and the Linus Tech Tips YouTube channel was wondering if this statement was true for the RTX 3080 video card as well.
Well, in a nutshell: yes. Although Crysis Remastered fluctuated between 25 and 32 fps with this card, it can still be seen that the RTX 3080 has had some trouble with Can it Run Crysis? mode. Plus, when Linus changed the settings a bit, he didn’t necessarily come across a stable 60 fps, the game fluctuated between 41 and 70 fps, depending on what was on the screen. In addition to the RTX 3080, the machine used for testing included an Intel Core i9 10900k processor, 32GB of RAM and a 1TB NVMe SSD.