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You need a missile launcher. There should be a launcher in some room on the 1st floor, and I also think there's one on the roof. I'm pretty sure there are additional launchers lying around, maybe in other buildings. Be aware a tank takes 3 missile hits to kill. Just shoot and run away until it's down - don't remain stationary while shooting all 3. The tanks ...
The "very high" option is only available on a DirectX 10 capable operating system (Windows Vista/7) with a DirectX 10 capable graphics card. Your graphics card is DX10-capable, but you would need to upgrade to Windows Vista or Windows 7 to use DirectX10-only effects. There is an inofficial way of enabling most of those effects without using DirectX 10: ...
I appreciate all the useful info you guys have posted there. Here is what worked for me: Un-installed the game completely Install with minimum option (no additional languages, no punkbuster) By default, the shortcut to the game was using the 64bit version of the game, use the 32bit version instead. And Voila! The game started working again. I hope ...
Sorry to bring up an old thread, but there is some missing information from Lokuzt's otherwise perfect answer. Quoted from the Wiki(link)... "After collecting all data pads in Crysis 3, a new file appears that states that Nomad is alive and is being hunted by a Nanosuit operator known as "Lockhart." Although exactly which Lockhart this refers to--the ...
Preamble This 3 years old question bothered me much more than it should have. The theory While it was not a certitude, I was pretty certain that guards would leave damaged vehicles. I was also pretty certain that there were no viable non lethal-options, apart from simply avoiding combat, which is mostly doable. From your mission's objective, the area ...
The same thing happened to me. Went smoothly more or less until that point, but the frames per second went down to like 0.5 on that last level. Completely unplayable. My solution was just to lower all the graphics settings to minimum / close to minimum levels. Yes, it sucks, especially in such a beautiful, climactic battle - but I was hardly able to move ...
Try installing DirectX 9.0c. Some of the older DX9 files that were included in Windows 7 have been removed in Windows 8, and as a result, many games don't work. You can run the web installer found here or the standalone offline installer found here.
There is a graphic novel / 6 comics which tell a little bit about what happened between crysis and crysis 2. Quote From Wiki: SPOILER FOR THE COMICS You can go to Nomads Wiki Page here In Crysis 3 it is said that all are dead except Prophet and Psycho. So we can assume that what happened in the comics indeed was carried through to the sequels.
I had Crysis running yesterday, in Windows 7 compatibility mode. Today I got the same error about the operating system. The only program I loaded today was Steam. I opened the task manager, stopped Steam from running then removed it from the start up list. After I rebooted, Crysis loads and runs just fine!
Walking gives the maximum distance availabe while cloaked in a long time, running gives a moderate distance while cloaked with the normal speed at a moderate time, Sprinting gives the shortest distance at high speed at a short time. So depends on your situation and what you want to do and choose. I Finished Crysis 2, there sprinting takes away much more ...
Referring to Inertia, this setting defines how much delay and resistance there is on moving the weapon. High weapon inertia results in sluggish, slightly delayed movement, while with a low setting the movement gets closer to instantaneous. Both have their up- and downside, some of it may be considered "realism" and some can be about precision. Largely, this ...
I felt the control behaving in a very similar manner when i played Crysis. At some point in the single player campaign towards the end the afterburner didn't seem to do any favor and the controls barely responded. But that only seemed to be the desired effect from the game developers' standpont, a kind of overwhelming effect created by the growing sphere and ...
It seems there are a few forum threads out there dedicated to this. The only success I've found so far is for Windows XP, here.
I had exactly the same problem. Alter the hz rate of your sound card. (its in the audio properties of your PC, not Crysis itself). Its under the advanced tab. Try setting it to 16bit 44100hz. If it is already that, just change it up one or down one. Worked for me.
I once searched for the same thing, and I couldn't find anything like that. So my answer is no, there aren't any mods for this (at least as of now)
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