Crysis game initially released November 13, 2007 on previous generation of consoles and PC. Since then, they left a mark on first person shooter genre lovers. It stood out from other fps games of its time mainly because of the amazing graphics, change of physics engine and all time joke of “can it run crysis?”.
Yesterday, Major Nelson announced that all three Crysis games can now be played on Xbox One via backwards compatible feature. All three games are a fantastic addition to backwards compatible library. If you have Xbox One and never played any Crysis game before, now is the right time.
Backwards compatible feature is something Phil Spencer is proud of. It was his efforts that Xbox One after its horrible launch titles and sales started to pick momentum under the leadership of Phil Spencer. Backwards Compatible feature is exciting in both ways, it allows users who have never played select games of previous generation to play on current one. Second, the players who have already played a certain game can play it again on current generation hardware.
Earlier this month, Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 HD versions made its way towards backwards compatible catalog. Both of the games will add a fine amount of gameplay value for new players who missed the game and old ones who already played it.
Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 HD versions launched on Xbox 360 back in 2011. The HD versions of Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 came bundled with Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance and Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence.
Have you played all the three Crysis games before? If not, then head over to your Xbox Store and purchase the game and start the amazing experience that you missed. Also, be sure to check out Metal Gear Sold 2 and 3 HD versions.