How can they port a Crysis map to Cryengine V but dont re-release the game with the old mechanics and updated graphics? that would give them a lot of money for probably less effort than making a new game
Last edited by PontiacGTX; 08-30-2019 at 05:42 PM.
Never really got to play the entire game. I played Crysis 3 since it was optimized but when I first bought the original I had a HD 4830. I tried to play it with my RX Vega 64 but it was stuttering terribly while every other game was fine. I assume it's going to be the same experience on my Radeon VII.
Did you have the in game anti aliasing enabled? The AA crysis 1 uses is very weird and doesn't work well on modern hardware. Turn off the in game AA and you should be fine.
You also need to download and install the 1.2 update. If you install Crysis 1 via Origin it won't actually have the 1.2 update installed.
And more now that licensing an engine is dirt cheap.
Yea ok. Your input here feels pretty meaningless. Obviously the CryEngine is no where near as popular as Unreal, but a lot of great games have been made on it and some are fairly recent, with more on the way. It's far from a dead engine. It's being used probably more today than ever before.