We Wish Crytek’s Game: Crysis a Happy 10th Anniversary. Time to Check out the Best Mods for PC. Fun to Play back in 2007 and Still going Strong!

We had a lot of fun playing Crysis back when it was released in 2007. Crysis was one of the most unique PC FPS experiences that year. Crytek’s game was way ahead of its time visually, and came with some truly great gameplay mechanics. Its level design, its enemy AI, its nanosuit abilities; everything felt great. And since today it’s its 10th anniversary, it’s nice to discuss which graphics mods you can best use while playing it. Let’s dive into it:

Let’s start with the mod that every gamer must use; POM + AF. When Crysis game out, PC gamers had to choices. They could either enjoy Parallax Occlusion Mapping, or force/enable Anisotropic Filtering. Due to engine limitations, Crysis did not support both of them. Thankfully, this mod allows you to enable both of them. This will immediately increase the graphical fidelity of the game. Therefore, you should download it even if you are not interested in any of the other mods.

Blackfire is the second mod of choice. This is a stunning and completely customizable Lighting Mod that changes the look of all levels of the singleplayer campaign of Crysis. According to the modders, the goal was not to bring a more reliastic lighting, but to bring more life to the game, and encourage people to replay the game, with an innovative look. This Mod is played in the big screen above. Enjoy!

On the other hand, Maximum Immersion is a graphics mod that aims to get the best out of the graphics of this classic game. Contrary to Blackfire, Maximum Immersion targets a more natural and realistic look. This means that overprocessed shaders were not added to it. The mod contains all of the best available textures and a unique System.cfg, optimized for 2,5K and 4K downsampling. It also contains a tweak guide and adds hotkeys to the nanosuit functions.

Crysis Tod Texture Mod is a collection of mods for Crysis. It comes with numerous custom weapons, CRYZENX’s Shaders, Xtreme Particle Effects Chaos, and Tire POM. This collection also features the high-resolution textures from Rygel, Silent and Slicer91. You can see the Mod in action right below here:

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