This is very easy to believe. Nothing earthshaking, of course--still, it's fun to see the game publisher's paranoia poking out every so often...! (My own paraphrasing is added for improvement.)
Don't Oversell the game on graphics--Just review the game instead of promoting it, if you want.
Don't talk about "hardware-breaking graphics software", because it doesn't exist.
Don't say anything about Ray Tracing on consoles.
Don't say "Multiplayer" because saying "single-player" is more accurate.
Don't mention "Warhead" as it isn't in the Trilogy. Just say, "Warhead is not a part of the remastered trilogy."
Don't mention that it's a "remake" of the games because it isn't. It's a remastered version of the games.
Don't mention AI upgrades because there aren't any.
Don't mention Quality of life improvements because there aren't any.
Do talk about what a great value the remastered trilogy would be for $19.99.
Do say that if you skipped the first remaster of Crysis you can skip it again or buy it as a part of the remastered trilogy.
Do highlight that at least one of the games can hit 60 fps at 4k on next-gen consoles with the right settings.
Do talk about what great single player games these are because they are not multiplayer.
Do talk about how the game plays smooth and looks better than it did on current-gen consoles when it is played on next-gen consoles whenever they ship.
Do talk about how good graphics on current consoles will perform on next gen consoles when they ship.
---Ah, yes, lots of fun to be had here...;)
It is well known that I cannot err--and so, if you should happen across an error in anything I have written you can be absolutely sure that *I* did not write it!...;)