Crysis Remastered has been announced and is currently coming to PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch, however, Stadia fans are wondering why Crysis Remastered isn’t coming to Google Stadia especially considering the fact that the Stadia is more powerful than the Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch.
So why isn’t Crysis Remastered coming to Stadia? Well, we can’t for definite say why it isn’t coming to the Stadia, but we can list a bunch of reasons as to why and the first one being with Google Stadia being such a new platform it could be that Crytek don’t want to take the risk by putting development time and money into a Google Stadia port if they can’t see them making a return on investment. As Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch, all have big player bases when you compare it to the Google Stadia, meaning it will sell. So maybe later down the line as the Google Stadia grows we could see Crysis remastered come to the system.
Another reason could be that Google Stadia uses Vulkan as their graphics API of choice for streaming games up to 4K 60FPs and as noted by Reddit user MajorNerfHerder who noted that according to the Cryengine roadmap there is no support yet for Vulcan and it is due to come Spring 2020. If this is the case, we could see some sort of announcement once the CryEngine has support for Vulkan.
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