According to a recent announcement by Crytek, the remastered versions of Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 will be available on Steam starting the next month. These titles were formerly available exclusively through the Epic Games Store, but the time has come to open them up to a wider audience on personal computers. \n \nThe developer tweeted on November 17, announcing that the improved versions of the science fiction first-person shooters will be accessible on Steam in just one month, beginning on November 17. It has been reported that both games have been tuned to make the most of the hardware available today, which means that we get to enjoy the spectacular graphics generated by CryEngine in all of their full glory. In addition to this, gamers may anticipate that the games will debut on the platform with a limited-time offer of a discount equal to forty percent of the game's regular price. \n \nCrytek highlights ray tracing, elevated textures, upgraded lighting, and aesthetically updated weaponry, characters, and settings as some of the things that you can look forward to experiencing with the remasters. Suppose you want to experience silky-smooth gaming that is free from abrupt decreases in frame rate. In that case, it is only natural that your personal computer should fulfill all of the required configurations that are specified on Steam. \n \nAll three games included in the Crysis Remastered Trilogy bundle are now available for purchase on PC, the PlayStation 4, the PlayStation 5, the Xbox One, the Xbox Series X\/S, and the Nintendo Switch. They can also be obtained through the Epic Games Store. As you might undoubtedly anticipate, Crysis 2 and 3 Remastered will only have single-player campaigns, and there will be no multiplayer options readily accessible for players on Steam. This is the same situation that exists on the other platforms that were stated.