The standalone version of the popular Crysis singleplayer modification Wreckage is available for download. Wreckage offers an action-oriented presentation, professional execution, complete dubbing and Crysis-level graphics. Developed by the team who brought you "Rainy Days".
The final episode of the popular singleplayer-mod-trilogy for the game Crysis Wars! Wreckage offers an action orientated presentation, teambased combat, complete voice acting and graphics on the same level as the original Crysis game. Developed by the team who brought you "Rainy Days". Playable with the Crysis Wars trial version as well.
As of now the final episode of the popular singleplayer-mod-trilogy for the game Crysis Wars is available for download. Wreckage offers an action orientated presentation, teambased combat, complete voice acting and graphics on the same level as the original Crysis game.
Wreckage is the final chapter of the story, that began with the map "The Harbour" and was continued in the modification "Rainy Days".
It tells the story of three soldiers who try to survive a devastating war between two worlds. The play time is somewhat longer than one hour.
>> Install Wreckage in your Crysis Wars directory. Make sure your path looks like this:
RIGHT: "Crysis Wars\Mods\Wreckage\Game"
WRONG: "Crysis Wars\Mods\Wreckage\Wreckage\Game" or "Crysis Wars\Wreckage\Game"
>> Start Wreckage in either 32 or 64 Bit with the shortcuts in the "Crysis Wars/Mods/Wrecge"
We prefer the 64 bit version, as it prevents the most memory issues.
Alternatively you can launch Wreckage by selecting it in the ingame Crysis Wars mod launcher.
Nothing happens ingame
Load the corresponding chapter with our chapter system you can find in the Crysis main menue ("Single Player->Chapter Selection").
Lower the shadow and shader settings in the ingame menue.
Play Crysis Wars in 64-bit if your system allows it.
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