Crysis Remastered PC requirements – minimum and recommended specs

Can my set-up run Crysis Remastered?

Crysis Remastered PC requirements minimum recommended specs

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Crysis Remastered brings Crytek’s beloved title to a new generation of gamers. The first-person, action-adventure title has been updated for the 21st Century, and PC gamers will want to know if their set-ups can run this revamped version of the game.

We’re here to give you the details you need on its minimum and recommended specifications. Bear in mind that even a computer with the bare minimum requirements needs to be fairly hefty, so check your specifications in your settings while you read on.

Crysis Remastered minimum PC specifications

  • Operating system – Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor – Intel Core i5-3450 or AMD Ryzen 3
  • Memory – 8 GB
  • Storage – 20 GB
  • Direct X – Version 11
  • Graphics card – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 TI or AMD Radeon 470
  • Graphics memory – 4 GB in 1080p

Most games allow you to run their games on Windows 7 or Windows 8 and can get by with 4 GB of memory. Given how good Crysis Remastered looks, however, you will need to have the requirements listed above to stand any chance of running it.

Crysis Remastered recommended requirements

  • Operating system – Windows 10 64-bit (latest update)
  • Processor – Intel Core i5-7600k or higher, or AMD Ryzen 5 or higher
  • Memory – 12 GB
  • Storage – 20 GB
  • Direct X – Version 11
  • Graphics card – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 TI or AMD Radeon Vega 56
  • Graphics memory – 8 GB in 4K

As you can see, running Crysis Remastered at its optimum levels requires your PC to be nearer the top-end than the bottom end. If your set-up falls between the minimum and recommended specs, you can run it, but be aware that it won’t operate at full capacity.