Mixed or average reviews - based on 29 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 16 out of 29
  2. Negative: 1 out of 29
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  1. Nov 15, 2021
    Crysis Remastered Trilogy is a must-have for any fan of the games or of the FPS genre in general. This release represents the best way to play three of the best shooters from the mid-2000s. The absence of Warhead and multiplayer is unfortunate, though. Still, for the price, the amount of quality content that you get here is well worth it.
  2. 85
    Between all three games, the Crysis Remastered Trilogy effectively provides something of a microcosm of how the first person shooter genre has evolved over the years, with the completely freeform open world beats of the first game soon being replaced by the linear opulence of the final game in the trio. That said, if you're a fan of the genre in general or have been hankering to play Crytek's impressive trio of shooter offerings for sometime now, there really is no better place to jump in than with the Crysis Remastered Trilogy.
  3. Dec 7, 2021
    Crysis Remastered Trilogy works well on old-gen platforms and almost flawlessly on current-gen. I was not expecting it to run this well and have so many details and improvements on a PS4. Even though the first game of the series is a bit of a bore, the complete package is really good value and will fit your PS5 in this gaming drought we call 2021.
  4. 80
    Crysis Trilogy Remastered is a fantastic value proposition with three full campaigns to play through. Perhaps a little dated mechanically, all three games are solid shooters with loads to do. A good example of how to do remasters, despite only the first supporting RTX.
  5. Oct 20, 2021
    Sporting two of the best FPS experiences of the early 2010s and the original, mindblowing graphical powerhouse that busted many a rig in 2007, the Crysis Remastered Trilogy offers hours of solid, smooth and satisfying FPS action. Not all of the improvements hit the mark, but the core of these titles is left intact. If you’ve never played Crysis before, now’s your chance to save the world in style with your ass-kicking Nanosuit. Just watch out for the first impression.
  6. Oct 19, 2021
    The Crysis Remastered Trilogy is not just for purists but is a series that can now be played perfectly on the PlayStation 5 for anyone. Unlike some of the more recent “remastered” games, The Crysis Remastered Trilogy is a true remastered experience that delivers an almost next-gen experience with some stunning graphical improvements. Sure, the gameplay is a little dated at times but when matched with the over the top game mechanics, it delivers an enjoyable experience as you take on aliens and private military organisations from Asia to the United States in true first person shooter blockbuster action!
  7. Oct 16, 2021
    Crysis Trilogy Remastered brings a previously ambitious line of games into the spotlight of consoles. The "Can it run Crysis?" meme will live on in our hearts forever, but these remasters show that many things can now run the infamous shooter.
  8. Oct 15, 2021
    A juicy but still perfectible bundle full of single-player-only-FPS-nanosuit-action. Thankfully Crytek and Saber Interactive's work on the second and third chapter is better than the one made on the previous one.
  9. Oct 15, 2021
    Overall, Crysis Remastered Trilogy is a great set of remasters and those who skipped these games initially should strap on their nanosuits and give the franchise a shot.
  10. Oct 15, 2021
    The whole Crysis saga can now be played with enhanced visuals, especially on next-gen consoles: while the gameplay is somewhat frozen in time and show the limits of games developed in another era, there’s much to enjoy and the games are still fun to play.
  11. Oct 15, 2021
    The series may no longer be the graphical tour de force it once was, but all three Crysis games remain highly playable, your nanosuit’s suite of powers adding a distinct twist to the shooter action.
  12. Oct 15, 2021
    Outside of these technical issues, Crysis Remastered Trilogy does an excellent job of porting a classic video game series to modern day consoles. It maintains the core gameplay centered around making players an actual super soldier while upgrading visuals and performance for a satisfying experience. Those looking to try Crytek's magnum opus series for the first time or experience the adventures once again should find a lot to enjoy about Crysis Remastered Trilogy.
  13. Oct 25, 2021
    After so many years, Crytek have finally managed to present the Crysis series on consoles in an appropriate way and as close as possible to the PC experience, but be warned that the dated AI and level design take some of its former glory away.
  14. Oct 22, 2021
    On PS5 and Xbox Series, the three games are very convincing: the real regret comes mainly from the fact that the trilogy is not offered, strictly speaking, on new generation machines, using only backward compatibility to boost its rendering. We must then draw a line on immediate loading, ray tracing or even support for DualSense features, despite a good rendering. As for the Crysis themselves, it is clear that a number of mechanisms are now aging: they remain good titles, but never speak of excellence ... It's up to you to see what you are looking for. [Tested on PS5]
  15. 75
    The Crysis Remastered Trilogy is a great blast from the past. Fans of the series will have a great time replaying these classics, or maybe introducing younger gamers to one of the late aught’s can’t-miss franchises. It’s a shame Saber Interactive didn’t have more fun with additional modern features, but this still represents great value. At a launch price of $49.99 USD for all three games, this is a no-brainer for Crysis fans, as well as gamers looking for a lot of first-person shooting action without breaking the bank.
  16. Oct 15, 2021
    The Crysis Remastered Trilogy allows you to relive a product that at the time had pioneering traits for the industry and that perhaps for this very reason still had ample room for improvement. While at times returning an impression of a brake on, the story remains enjoyable and the approach chosen allows you to relive an experience updated to the parameters of current consoles.
  17. Jan 20, 2022
    Three legendary Crysis games for the price of one! With a little tweaking and some new effects, most of the games in this collection are still very playable today.
  18. PLAY
    Nov 17, 2021
    Tweaks across the series improve on how each ability can be used, and Crysis 3 is a visual *chef’s kiss*. They all, however, fall apart in the final third and that none of these remasters offer online multiplayer is a crime – and oddly, for a game built on freedom, restrictive. [Issue#8, p.90]
  19. Nov 6, 2021
    Crysis Remastered Trilogy is a remarkable remastered experience, specially on consoles, although the passing of the years is felt in gameplay and controls, particularly in the first one. A bet for fans of the genre who already played them in the past or for those who want to discover an iconic saga.
  20. Oct 20, 2021
    The end result is an average overall package by today's standards, but three games plucked from a decade or more ago should be proud to land safely average in the middle of today's pack and standards.
  21. Oct 20, 2021
    Overall, the Crysis Remastered Trilogy is a weird product. While it’s great there’s a (mostly) high-quality version of the original Crysis available to console players, it’s also the only real highlight. Crysis 2 remains a dreary scaling-back of its predecessor, and while I like Crysis 3 more than the second, it’s not particularly noteworthy. The most compelling argument to be made here is to players who’ve been curious about Crysis after hearing about it for years — now, here’s a great way to play it. Getting the other two is just a bonus.
  22. Oct 19, 2021
    Crysis takes a minimalist approach to the space/sci-fi shooter genre, dropping you in fierce combat with few tools at your disposal. The first game remains a challenge to get through for the wrong reasons, but Crysis 2 is still fun to play, despite not capitalizing on the series’ strengths. Crysis 3 is the highlight, but if anything, it just underscores how much better Crysis 4 could be. Re-releasing the trilogy on modern consoles makes it more accessible, sure, but I’d rather see how the series can continue evolving instead of re-experiencing its struggles to define a clear identity.
  23. Oct 15, 2021
    Even with the missing multiplayer, Crysis' sci-fi single player campaigns provide a decent experience.
  24. Oct 15, 2021
    Yes, these versions are clearly superior to the ones we saw on consoles and you can justify your purchase again if you love the series or if you have been curious about Crytek games, but the improvements are rather small and in essence it is the PC version with other lighting.
  25. Oct 15, 2021
    You can cleary notice that these games come from another era, but they are still enjoyable for players looking for some cool action and adrenaline.
  26. Oct 15, 2021
    As it was 14 years ago, Crysis remains a technical marvel – although at times PlayStation 4 can't handle the titanic task of 'running Crysis'.
  27. LEVEL (Czech Republic)
    Feb 18, 2022
    The remastered trilogy of the once-acclaimed FPS series Crysis offers an average experience in all respects, which is partially adapted for new consoles and modern technologies as such, but as a result it is primarily a matter for fans.
  28. Oct 15, 2021
    Three ten-hour games in one package might seem good value, but the truth is the Crysis series only hits its stride in fits and spurts until the third game. On PS4 the remastered graphics get better as the series goes on, so there’s no real reason to play the first game unless you’re already a fan or you’re interested to see how Crysis started. Crytek’s series is certainly interesting to dissect as you go through. Consistently fun to play, though? That’s a different story.
  29. Oct 16, 2021
    My biggest issue with the Crysis Remaster Trilogy is that it only feels halfway remastered. Nothing was updated to modern standards except for the visuals, and that is a huge problem. Remasters like the Spyro and Tony Hawk ones work so well because the gameplay is smoothed out and plays like a modern game. Unfortunately, that oversight (or failure, if they really did try to update it from the originals) makes it impossible to recommend the beautiful-looking collection to anyone other than hardcore fans of the original games. I really wanted to enjoy these games that were so positively talked about when I was younger, but sadly they didn’t come anywhere close to living up to the hype with this remaster attempt.
User Score

Generally favorable reviews- based on 43 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 30 out of 43
  2. Negative: 8 out of 43
  1. Dec 8, 2022
    I've never played any game in this series so I will rate them accordingly. Solid story, really liked it. You could see, especially in the caseI've never played any game in this series so I will rate them accordingly. Solid story, really liked it. You could see, especially in the case of the first two games, that they aren't exactly new, graphics not being what they are in 2022, but really had a blast playing this remastered trilogy. If you are a fan of the fps genre, definitely give this one a try. Full Review »
  2. Sep 16, 2022
    Unplayable delayed rubberband aiming. Got 1points cos there are even worse games than this, however it doesnt make this playable even on ps5.
  3. Mar 3, 2022
    Im never touching things like sensibility but with this game I was madly changing all the settings. I have the feel that the gameplay itsIm never touching things like sensibility but with this game I was madly changing all the settings. I have the feel that the gameplay its quite worse than the average shooter. That's why I didnt even finish the first mission (the first game is actually free on ps now) However, the graphics are surprisingly good. Full Review »