A remake of one my previous releases, but this time more refined and with a slightly better visual look. (Now all fixed after I found some of them weren't' applying properly.
A while back I made a mod that altered Crysis 1's maps with a TOD mod to make look a bit more like WARHEAD.
Gradually over time though I became a bit unhappy with them as the TOD actually didn't match WARHEAD as much as it maybe should have, it only looked good at certain times of day which required me to remove from flowgraphs from the levels, and in general the shadows were too dark and I think the TOD actually hurt performance slightly as well.
Then one day as a little test I decided to try the ACTUAL tods from Warhead, as most of the levels have them available as tod files. And sure enough that led to much better results, not only did they look much better, but they also made the game look more like warhead, they no longer required flowgrpahs to be removed as they were better calibrated for different times of the day and in general the performance just seemed better
I will admit, most of the levels use the same TOD from Warhead's first level. The reason for that is it was mostly the only one that worked well for a lot of the levels as the others tods didn't quite look right. HOWEVER, some of the later levels do use some of the others, so its not all just the same thing over and over again.
As a small bonus, I've also included alternate loading screens that match the new visual look of the levels.
So, have fun. :)
Installation instruction? Well, pretty simple. Simply make a folder in your Mods folder (or create a Mods folder if you don't already have one) title it WARHEAD_TOD (or basically anything you want) then create a game folder inside that folder and then simply put the Levels folder inside there. Job done.
DON'T use these levels to overwrite the originals! That's not a good idea in case something goes wrong.
(Now fixed an issue where the TOD had only applied to the first two levels but left all others unaltered. Now they all have the TOD's correctly applied)