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I loved them both, both too short though. Warhead gives me tons better frame rate, where I get around 25-30 in Crysis on high, Warhead I get about 40+ on average using second highest on CCC.
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Originally Posted by frickfrock99 View Post
They're both okay games.

Very intensive though, even in this day and age.

I can barely run medium at 1440x900 on either, even with my 5850.
Something's wrong with your computer then. My 4890 runs maxed 1680x1050 buttery smooth.
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Ah just bought warhead for 6 euro on EA store.

Well Enthusiast shaders a killing my gpu even with a 570 gtx
Before you play, I suggest making the following tweaks to Warhead to improve suit mode accessibility and to make your health like in multiplayer:


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Quote:
<action name="defensemode" onPress="1">
<key name="mouse5"/>
</action>
<action name="speedmode" onPress="1">
<key name="mouse4"/>
</action>
<action name="strengthmode" onPress="1">
<key name="v"/>
</action>
In C:\\Users\\Administrator\\Documents\\My Games\\Crysis_WARHEAD\\Profiles\\default\\actionma ps.xml
Under
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<actionmap name="player" version="19">
I chose to bind the suit modes to mouse5,4 and "v." You can choose other keys or mouse buttons!

AND

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-- Low health effect duration and health threshold
ai_RODLowHealthMercyTime = 1.5
g_playerLowHealthThreshold = 20
g_playerLowHealthThreshold2 = 30

-- AI voice readability
ai_UseAlternativeReadability = 0

-- Player Health/Energy/Suit
g_suitCloakEnergyDrainAdjuster = 1
g_suitRecoilEnergyCost = 3
g_suitSpeedEnergyConsumption = 50
g_suitSpeedMult = .35

g_suitArmorHealthValue = 100.0
g_playerSuitArmorModeHealthRegenTime = 10
g_playerSuitArmorModeHealthRegenTimeMoving = 15
g_playerSuitHealthRegenTime = 20
g_playerSuitHealthRegenTimeMoving = 27
g_playerSuitHealthRegenDelay = 2.5

g_playerSuitEnergyRechargeTimeArmor = 6
g_playerSuitEnergyRechargeTimeArmorMoving = 7
g_playerSuitEnergyRechargeTime = 10
g_playerSuitEnergyRechargeDelay = 0

g_playerHealthValue = 100.0
in C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Electronic Arts\\Crytek\\Crysis WARHEAD\\Game\\config\\diff_xxxx.cfg
there are 4 difficultly so you will have to copy this into each file.

Throw in -devmode on the exe, press F1 in game and you get this


Edited by cuad - 3/29/11 at 3:25pm
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