Crysis Enhanced Edition new feature

Next Crysis Enhanced Edition Update will improve graphics, new screenshots

The team behind one of the best graphical mods for the original Crysis, Crysis Enhanced Edition, has detailed its next update. In addition, the team has shared some new screenshots that you can view below.

According to the team, its next big update aims to “make the visuals reach another step forward.” This update will come with reworked TOD on almost every map, as well as thousands of extremely high-quality decals placed on almost every map (to bring more variety and life).

Additionally, it will introduce PCSS in order to provide a more realistic behavior for shadows. Moreover, it will pack better-looking geometry for a lot of assets. Not only that, but it will also come with a global rework of some materials/textures.

Lastly, this upcoming update will improve the game’s volumetric clouds.

There is currently no ETA on when this next update will come out. Naturally, we’ll be sure to keep you posted. Still, and if you can’t wait for it, you can go ahead and download its latest version.

Enjoy!

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