Crysis Remastered comes to Steam with significant discounts and the patches that corrected its worrisome initial state

Crytek has announced the release of Crysis Remastered on Steam, after a first year of life confined in the Epic Games Store like so many other games. If you are interested in getting it through the Valve platform, take note: it will be available next September, 17th.

The game is priced at 29.99 euros (in EGS, at least) although it is subject to various discounts Bonuses: If you have the original 2007 game in your library, 30% will be deducted from the final game. During the first week, all buyers will pay 20%. And yes, both promotions are accumulative.

As a reminder, Crytek also has announced a collection for the beloved shooters saga: Crysis Remastered Trilogy. As its name suggests, it offers a similar treatment for all the games in the series. The point is that if you own this first remastering and get the others, you will only pay one proportional quantity to the new content that you take away.

Crysis Remastered Trilogy now has a release date on the Epic Games Store;  you can buy 2 and 3 separately

In short, you can buy the original at half price and in turn, have it discounted from the price of the trilogy. Well? Well. You should know, yes, that this is a difficult product to recommend. I was able to review Crysis Remastered for 3D Games when it was released on Epic Games, but at the time it was a poorly optimized amalgam of ideas. Now carry a few patchesSo it deserves a second visit.

Crysis Remastered Trilogy, meanwhile, arrives on October 15.