Developer Critic has taken to YouTube to release a new trailer for their much-anticipated remastered title Crisis.
The new trailer is a more technical demo as it showcases the developer’s new ray tracing technology. This new technology takes the crisis remaster to another level as the graphics are quite insane. Critic notes that Crisis is well suited for their ray tracing technology because there are plenty of layers with precipitation, oceans and dark hallways that really bring out the ray tracing.
The new trailer is 45 seconds long and manages to show some gorgeous viewing shots that were captured on all PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One and Xbox X all
Check out the latest trailer for the Creme Christmas Remastered below:
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Crisis Remaster explains from Ray Tracing Technology Critic:
Cressis Remastered for sandbox layers filled with water and oceans is a great showcase for our unique ray tracing technology, which reflects all beautifully. You’ll also see the power of ray detection on the game’s reflective surfaces, such as glass, metal, weapons, and more. On PC we push things further with higher image resolution and character and skin reflections.
Dition enduring ray tracing techniques would push even high-end PCs to their limits and previously ray tracing was a technology that was exclusive to offline suppliers. However, since CRYENGINE’s ray tracing solution is API and hardware agnostic, highly customizable and highly efficient, it will run on today’s consoles and current generation GPUs.
The technology also runs in real-time. Unlike RTX ray tracing, it does not rely on RTX core, so thanks to the power of chrysanthemum, the Cressis remaster will be the first sunscreen ray recording game on y PC, our ray tracing solution will be more powerful with Nvidia’s latest hardware enhanced by Nvidia’s latest hardware.
Critic has recently released another trailer for the Crisis remaster, which showcases some of the new technology used for the game.
We’ve seen a wide range of improvements, including high-quality textures up to 8K resolution, Global Illumination (SVOGI), sophisticated depth fields, new lighting settings, motion blur, and more. Make sure the previously released trailer is right here!
Cress Remaster launches next week on September 18th for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Are you excited for the upcoming remaster? Let us know in the comments below!