On September 16, Sony will hold a new presentation dedicated to the PlayStation 5. Information about this appeared in the official Twitter of the console.

It is expected that the presentation will last about 40 minutes and during it Sony will name the official prices for the regular and digital versions of the PlayStation 5. According to a Wario64 insider, the company will also talk about new games for the console that are being developed by its internal studios and partner studios.

Enthusiasts are working on their own remake of Crysis

A team of enthusiasts is developing their own version of the Crysis remaster, despite the imminent release of the official version. The game is created on CryEngine 5.

The unofficial remaster will include various graphical improvements like raytracing, SVOGI (voxel-based lighting), and surround lighting. In addition, the shooter will support volumetric clouds and fog, as well as other features exclusive to the fifth version of the engine. Thus, the work of enthusiasts will have most of the functionality declared in Crysis Remastered.

Development is currently at an early stage and only a few levels are ready. The team is in search of animators, programmers, and artists, so it’s not worth waiting for an unofficial remaster to be released in the near future.

The team provided several screenshots to show the current progress. The release of the Remastered Crysis will be held on September 18 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The version of the game for the improved PS4 Pro and Xbox One X consoles will support software raytracing — the developers recently demonstrated it in operation.

Serious Sam 4 system requirements became known

The developers of Serious Sam 4 published the game’s system requirements on the title page on Steam. A dynamic shooter will require at least 8 GB of RAM and a Quad-core processor to run.

Minimum system requirements for Serious Sam 4:
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
CPU: Quad-core with a frequency of 2.5 GHz.
RAM: 8 GB
AMD GPU: Radeon 7950/280/470;
NVIDIA GPU: GeForce GTX 780/970/1050;
VRAM: 3 GB;
free disk space: 40 GB.