Crysis Remastered feature 2

NVIDIA RTX 3080 runs Crysis Remastered in 4K/Max Settings with 25-32fps

Crysis Remastered releases in a few hours, and LinusTech has just shared some initial performance impressions of it. Linus used the latest NVIDIA GPU, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX3080, and ran the game in 4K with its “Can it Run Crysis?” settings.

According to Linus, the RTX3080 was able to push 25-32fps with those settings. From the video footage, we can clearly see the GPU having some trouble running the remaster of Crysis. We can also clearly see some annoying stutters. So yeah, don’t expect to be playing the game in 4K/”Can it Run Crysis?” with more than 35fps anytime soon.

Linus then decreased the game’s settings in order to improve performance. Although he did not show the settings he used, he was still unable to get a constant 60fps experience on the NVIDIA GeForce RTX3080. The RTX3080 was pushing from 41fps to 70fps with these undisclosed graphics settings. Given the fact that RTX3080 is around 30% faster than the RTX2080Ti, we can assume that Crytek’s PC system was limited by the AMD Ryzen CPU during its 1080p benchmark.

In case you’re wondering, Linus used an Intel i9 10900k with 32GB of RAM, running at 3200Mhz.

As we’ve already reported, Crysis Remastered will not support with DLSS 2.0 at launch. Crytek promised to add support for it via a post-launch update.

We’ll be sure to share some 4K/Max Settings from Crysis Remastered tomorrow. We also expect our PC Performance Analysis article to go live this weekend.

Stay tuned for more!

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