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Thursday, 01 November 2007 13:00

Another Crysis demo surprise

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Weapons and vehicles available

 

Crytek's Crysis demo just won't stay under our radar. After the DX10 on DX9 script issue was discovered, a number of people started to scrutinize the script files. Now, we have yet another surprise to report about.

The new surprise comes in the form of guns, including nearly everything that you will be able to view in the full game. Next in line are vehicles, tanks, boats and helicopters. All you have to do is to download the "demofunmap #5" from here, and then extract the level.pak to C:\Program Files\Electronic Arts\Crytek\Crysis SP Demo\Game\Levels\island, or whereever you installed the demo. Just be sure to back up the original level.pak so you don't have to reinstall the demo.

It seems that Crytek has underestimated gamers' curiosity and desire to look at the script files and editor. And stay off the center of the map, since it triggers the final cut scene and ends the demo. Have fun flying.....

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