Discussion in 'Games' started by Ravenas, Jun 16, 2008.
Poor quality, but you get the picture.
Wow... There's also CoD5 Screenies there on that site! http://games.tiscali.cz/clanek/screen.asp?id=12877
I hope Crysis Warhead runs better than the original Crysis. I want to REALLY ENJOY it this time around. CoD5 looks fun... flame thrower!
Better quality screenshots:
I hope they've optimised it for multi-core not supposedly optimised either. If they can make use of more than 2 cores, which they don't have any reason not to, then it'd make it a far better gaming experience. That was the problem with Crysis in my opinion, it just didn't utilize more than one core efficiently.
I mean, I can run mine at 1680 x 1050 with 2x AA everything else on medium with high shadows and get playable frame rates (completed it last night in fact).
I hope it doesn't take too long in it's release I want to continue the story.
looks like it will be just as hard (if not harder) to run that crysis, note to self. buy 2 4870X2's to run warhead
True, but if they've optimised it to utilise more than 2 cores then it shouldn't as bad as the original, I'm hoping that they'll have used their time wisely (optimising the engine) instead of up'ing the graphical ante again when it's not needed.
Is this an expansion or a standalone package?
Both I guess you could say. I presume it's a stand-alone that continues from the first instead of an expansion that'd require the original in order to work.
According to the above the game will run high settings on a low end PC.
It's a standalone expansion, but it is not a sequel. Same story through a different character.
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