Empire at War Remake mod for Forces of corruption. See this mod page for more info and gameplay examples.
A few people have requested that I put up a donation link in the mod description, so for those who feel like the mod is worth something, here it is. If you enjoyed the mod, you can now buy me a beer! Or if you don't, that's no problem of course, this mod is 100% free!
This mod is graphically intensive. This doesn't mean you need a monster pc to run the mod without issues or crashes, but instead, it means that the game will run out of memory and crash at some point or another, regardless of your computer. Installing the 4 GB patch gives the game 4 GB of memory to work with instead of 2. This will prevent crashes.
If you have problems with the 4GB patch, try this one instead: Techpowerup.com
For the "A required security module can not be activated. This program can not be executed." error:
This'll happen if you don't use the GoG version of empire at war, I recently found out this fix seems to work for people: Gamefront.com Install this, and then install the 4 GB patch.
From a guest who followed the instructions:
"Those that are struggling to get the mod to work on steam without crashes, here is what i did (Note that the instructions are on the comments section, however they are not clear)
I downloaded the file linked in the "how to fix crashes and the security module error" which takes you to gamefront. This should download a file with a Forces of Corruption executable, which you then need to unzip or whatever you use. You then need to patch the executable in that file with the 4GB of ram patch attached to this mod. Once that has completed, you need to then move the patched executable and replace it with the steam version's. You then need to set up a shortcut, go to properties and in the target parameter enter this "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Star Wars Empire at War\corruption\swfoc.exe" MODPATH=Mods/EAW-Re. Boom. Done."
Alternatively there is an installation tutorial for steam below. Special thanks to Tydespringer for making this tutorial!
Thanks to twomorelevels for this info:
Turns out people were having similar issues with Republic At War and someone said they managed to stop the crashing by copying the ai folder from the mod's data folder into the base game's data folder (EAWX->Data for GOG).
Special thanks to Tydespringer for making this tutorial!
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