With the announcement of Crysis: Warhead, Sony and Microsoft have announced that they will be launching the first Crysis game on the PlayStation 4, Xbox 1, and PC.
The PS4 version will come with a new Crysis-style campaign that is “further enhanced” for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, which are all built on CryEngine 4.
Crysis Warhead will be available in both the PS4 and Xbox One versions, and the Xbox One version will be exclusive to those who purchased the PlayStation Plus edition of the game.
The PC version will also be exclusive.
The PC version has a new map called “Fate” that is a “slightly more difficult version of the one that exists on the PS3.”
There’s a new multiplayer mode called “Raid” in the PC version, which is similar to the one found on the Xbox 360 version, but it’s also the first multiplayer mode to be added to Crysis titles.
You can check out the full rundown of all the changes here.
For those of you who missed the announcement, here’s what we know so far about the PSX version of Crytek’s latest sci-fi shooter:The PC is coming with “Crysis 2: Warheads” on launch, as well as an expanded version of “Crytek Studios’ Crysis” with more weapon skins, dynamic lighting, and more.
The Xbox One will get “CrySniper Elite” which will also include “Crysniper Elite 4” and “CryStalker” as “pre-order” content.
The Xbox 360 and PSX versions of CrySniper will also have pre-order content available.
Finally, there’s the PC, Xbox 360, and PS4 versions of “The Culling,” the PS1 version of which was announced at E3 2017.
“The Crimson Collection” is a new pack for the PC that includes “The Crysis Collection,” “The Warhead Collection,” and “The Rise of the Titans” on PSX, PSX Plus, and Xbox.
The next two versions of the collection, “Crystone” and the “Titanfall Collection,” are also being added to the PC edition.
Crysis 3 is available on the PC through Steam, Origin, and Humble Bundles.
For a detailed rundown of the games, check out Polygon’s guide to the upcoming PC releases.
The Crytek team has released an official statement regarding the PC and PS3 versions of this game, and it’s pretty interesting.