How to Get 1080P @ 60 FPS in Crysis Remastered

Crytek is back with its Crysis Remastered which is the recreation of the real game. Recently, Crytek dropped a trailer of Crysis remastered with some of the improved graphics and visuals. But this time with its remastered version, you won’t be able to play the game with higher FPS on most PCs. As a result, the remastered version of the game might lag on your system. Don’t worry. Here’s we brought a guide to get 1080P @ 60 FPS in Crysis Remastered.

At the time when the original game was launched, the game was pretty amazing and become sensational in a short time. Also, there was no problem with game requirements, the game was way smooth. But don’t worry now, you can play the game smoothly by keeping the resolution a bit high and FPS low at the same time. So without further ado, let’s get started.

You can take a look at the game’s trailer below.

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Crysis Remastered PC Graphic Details

Crysis Remastered is mainly focused on high graphics and deep visual details. However, increasing the game resolution will let your CPU heat up and add on load. So it’s a pretty uneasy task to play the game by balancing out some unwanted graphic options.

In this guide, you can choose to keep FPS 30 to 60. But, we’ve targeted to get 1080 @ 60 FPS. Additionally, just install the game on SSD, this will make the game less stutter.

1. Anti-Aliasing Quality: This will remove the jagged edges in-game and will let you play the game without lag, So it’s recommended to keep these settings at TAA.

But if you want smooth visual quality, just sharp them using Nvidia Control Panel.

  • Open Nvidia Control Panel > Manage 3D Settings > Program Settings > Select Crysis Remastered.
  • Turn on Image Sharpening and set the intensity accordingly.
  • Windowed Mode: Change it from fullscreen mode to Windowed mode, this will boost the game.

How To get 30 FPS

This is for those who prefer graphics more than FPS, Just keep the graphics settings very high excluding “Raytracing Quality”. GTX 1060is powerful enough to handle the GPU by keeping FPS at 30 on heavy graphics.

  • Open Nvidia Control Panel > Manage 3D Settings > Program Settings > Select Crysis Remastered. Turn on “Max FPS Limit” and set the value to 30 FPS.

1. VSync: It is recommended to keep the option disabled in-game as it’s unwanted for single-player games.

  • Visit Nvidia Control Panel > Manage 3D Settings > Program Settings > Select Crysis Remastered. Set “Vertical Sync” to “On” and apply settings.
  • Alternately, it’s recommended to force it through the dedicated graphics driver (High Performance Mode).

2. Texture Quality: Keep the texture quality very high, it helps texture to look great.

3. Objects Quality: This option helps to render the quality objectives to high resolution. It’s recommended to keep the settings at medium.

4. Shadow Quality: Keep the shadow quality at medium, as it represents shadows in the game.

5. Physics Quality: Keep it High to get better environmental quality.

6. Shaders Quality: Keep it High.

7. RayTracing: It is recommended to keep it OFF if you don’t have GTX 1060 otherwise enable it.

8. Volumetric Effect Quality: Keep the setting High to get the best natural volumetric effects.

9. Particles Quality: Recommended to keep High.

10. Water Quality: Turn it to High, if you’ve wanted a dip in FPS keep it medium.

11. Vegetation: Medium is recommended.

Optimal Settings

Here we’ve mentioned both the 30 FPS and 60 FPS settings (recommended) that you can use on your PC to get maximum results.

For 30 FPS:

  • Particles Quality – Very High
  • Water Quality – Very High
  • Vegetation – Very High
  • Motion Blur – Player’s choice
  • RayTracing Quality – Off
  • Volumetric Effects Quality – Very High
  • Game Effects Quality – Very High
  • Post Processing Quality – Very High
  • Texture Quality – Very High
  • Objects Quality – Very High
  • Shadows Quality – Very High
  • Physics Quality – Very High
  • Shaders Quality – Very High

For 60 FPS:

  • Post Processing Quality – High
  • Particles Quality – High
  • Water Quality – High
  • Vegetation – Medium
  • Motion Blur – Player’s choice
  • Physics Quality – High
  • Shaders Quality – High
  • RayTracing Quality – Off
  • Volumetric Effects Quality – High
  • Game Effects Quality – High
  • Texture Quality – Very High
  • Objects Quality – Medium
  • Shadows Quality – Medium

How to Get 60 FPS

Check and make sure that the latest GPU drivers are installed in your system.

Now make the changes as given below to get 60 FPS:

  • Open Nvidia Control Panel > Manage 3D Settings > Program Settings > select Crysis Remastered.
  • Set Power Management to “Prefer Maximum Performance”
  • Shader Cache – “On” only if you are using an HDD [Don’t need to enable it for an SSD]
  • Set Texture filtering – Quality to “High Performance”
  • Triple Buffering – “Off”
  • Set Vertical Syn to “On”
  • Anti-aliasing-FXAA – “Off”
  • Anti-aliasing-Gamma Correction – “Off”
  • CUDA GPUs – “All”
  • Low Latency Mode – Ultra

You can keep Vertical Syn to “Fast” to get FPS more. It also depended on your monitor, suppose GPU rendering is 80 FPS and the monitor’s display is 60. Then remeaning FPS will be wasted keep in mind.

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Subodh Gupta
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