Crysis 3 Remastered

Posted:  December 02, 2022
SDHQ BUILD SCORE: 
Gyro Support
Disclaimer: This is an initial impression of the game. Our review and recommended settings will be updated when we've completed a full and thorough analysis of how it performs on Steam Deck. Check back soon for our full analysis!
SDHQ Settings
Review
Game Info

SDHQ Recommended Settings

SteamOS
40 FPS
Limit
40
Refresh Rate
HRS
No
TDP Limit
8
Scaling Filter
FSR Sharpness 5
GPU Clock
Disabled
Proton Version

No Forced Compatibility

Game Settings

Resolution: 1152x720

Game Effects: Medium

Object: Low

Particles: Medium

Post Processing: Medium

Shading: Low

Shadows: Low

Water: Medium

Ray Tracing: Off

Projected Battery Usage and Temp
11W - 14W
65c - 70c
3 - 3.5 hours

Review

In Crysis 3 Remastered, the super-soldier Prophet returns as the fate of the world is in your hands...again. With new weapons like the Predator Bow and your nanosuit's powers, you will assess and decimate your way through enemies either using brute force or superior stealth to figure out the truth behind the C.E.L.L. corporation, which has turned New York City into an urban rainforest. It is up to you how to save the world.

If you have read the other 2 Crysis Remastered reviews, this one is basically the same performance wise. With a mix of medium to low settings with 1152x720 resolution, you will get a solid 40 FPS with around 3+ hours of battery. And due to how the game is made, it will still look incredible on the Deck's screen.

I also want to give a quick kudos to Crytek and Saber Interactive for Mixed Input support. They have it supported on the entire Remastered trilogy and it makes a HUGE difference. In the controller settings, scroll down and enable gyro behavior "As Mouse". This will allow you to use gyro while moving around, it is fantastic.

Overall, this is a great game and even though it needs a couple more reductions in quality than the past 2 games, it still looks and feels incredible. This is definitely a series I will get easily lost in due to how well it performs and how addicting the gameplay can be.

Screenshots:

Our review is based on the PC version of this game.

If you enjoyed this review, be sure to check out the rest of the content on SteamDeckHQ! We have a wide variety game reviews and news that are sure to help your gaming experience. Whether you're looking for newstips and tutorialsgame settings and reviews, or just want to stay up-to-date on the latest trends, we've got your back!

SDHQ's Build Score Breakdown

Crysis 3 Remastered is just like its predecessors. Not only does it feel amazing on the Steam Deck, but with Mixed Input support, it feels like a gem.

Performance: 
VISUALS: 
Stability: 
Controls: 
Battery: 
Reviewed By:
Noah Kupetsky
Steam Profile
Steam Deck Compatibility
Current Price: 
$17.99
View in Steam Store
Proton DB Rating

Review

In Crysis 3 Remastered, the super-soldier Prophet returns as the fate of the world is in your hands...again. With new weapons like the Predator Bow and your nanosuit's powers, you will assess and decimate your way through enemies either using brute force or superior stealth to figure out the truth behind the C.E.L.L. corporation, which has turned New York City into an urban rainforest. It is up to you how to save the world.

If you have read the other 2 Crysis Remastered reviews, this one is basically the same performance wise. With a mix of medium to low settings with 1152x720 resolution, you will get a solid 40 FPS with around 3+ hours of battery. And due to how the game is made, it will still look incredible on the Deck's screen.

I also want to give a quick kudos to Crytek and Saber Interactive for Mixed Input support. They have it supported on the entire Remastered trilogy and it makes a HUGE difference. In the controller settings, scroll down and enable gyro behavior "As Mouse". This will allow you to use gyro while moving around, it is fantastic.

Overall, this is a great game and even though it needs a couple more reductions in quality than the past 2 games, it still looks and feels incredible. This is definitely a series I will get easily lost in due to how well it performs and how addicting the gameplay can be.

Screenshots:

Our review is based on the PC version of this game.

If you enjoyed this review, be sure to check out the rest of the content on SteamDeckHQ! We have a wide variety game reviews and news that are sure to help your gaming experience. Whether you're looking for newstips and tutorialsgame settings and reviews, or just want to stay up-to-date on the latest trends, we've got your back!

SDHQ's Build Score Breakdown

Crysis 3 Remastered is just like its predecessors. Not only does it feel amazing on the Steam Deck, but with Mixed Input support, it feels like a gem.

Performance: 
VISUALS: 
Stability: 
Controls: 
Battery: 
Reviewed By:
Noah Kupetsky
Steam Profile

SDHQ Recommended Settings

SteamOS
40 FPS
Limit
40
Refresh Rate
HRS
No
TDP Limit
8
Scaling Filter
FSR Sharpness 5
GPU Clock
Disabled
Proton Version

No Forced Compatibility

Game Settings

Resolution: 1152x720

Game Effects: Medium

Object: Low

Particles: Medium

Post Processing: Medium

Shading: Low

Shadows: Low

Water: Medium

Ray Tracing: Off

Projected Battery Usage and Temp
11W - 14W
65c - 70c
3 - 3.5 hours
Steam Deck Compatibility
Current Price: 
$17.99
View in Steam Store
Proton DB Rating

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