Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by XenthorX, Mar 18, 2016.
Game is best played in delta difficulty and stalking the KPA like the Predator is exhilarating.
I'm cranked up very high (a teeny bit lower than xigmatek xtreme config), and back with my 970 I got 22fps, getting 19fps with current rig. These low fps areas are particularly huge hubs, like the second level tank encounter area, the harbor area, etc.
Its a real shame because the true ultra settings define the game (instance, if you max out draw distance to insane values you can see circling birds in the first area through a large distance). I am just amazed when I think how much more details like these exist.
You have to download the 64bit binaries separately for steam version and rename the folder to bin32 so that steam launches 64bit exe each time.
I used the crysis exe in the bin64 folder i've linked. Added sweetfx so i've to close EVGA PrecisionX (and force close its monitoring "precisionX server" in task manager). My FPS at maxed out, max AA at 1440p is between 55 and 75 i would say. Going up to 100+ in some empty place at the start too.
just run the crysis.exe in bin64
What mods are you guys using with it?
Heres a great mod page with mostly up to date links
Im personally using
Xeroes Shader mod
Xtreme Particle Effects
The pack on that link
Rygel Texture Pack
Water Shader (in second link)
and using the 64 binaries that the OP posted minus reshade
Most of the links area dead.
Using the 64 folder the op shared i get a full blurred image. Maybe reshade is causing it.
Strange, i did lower the motion blur from the game graphics' settings
The original Far Cry and Crysis. Good times, i remember liking Far Cry more than the the other big games of that time (Doom 3 and HL2) because i was experimenting on different types of approaching the objective
Thinking of Far Cry 1, cutting edge graphics and open world, aliens and everything.
Except the open word, Far Cry 3/Primal whatever are really not from the same license.
Howcome no mention of part 2 or 3?
They didn't push hardware, they weren't pc exclusive. They in fact, were a big middle finger to pc gamers after Yerli cried about piracy killing pc gaming and refusing to ever make a pc-only game again.
Bad ports with very little optimization. uke2:
Crysis 1 was like the farewell to fps-exclusive pc gaming as we knew it. Outside of ftp and steam indies, everything from doom to battlefield are on console and get more attention there. Horrible irony.
You could be right I dont know? But I am just curious is there any mods for part 2 and 3 or only for part 1?
I dont think crysis 2 can be called unoptimized, it was actually one of the most optimized games of 2011, heck it used to run on my low end gt220 and core2duo just under 30 fps.but i woulf say crysis 3 is the bad game yes that was a big middle finger to pc gaming.
I wanted to play Crysis 1 again and I had a Steam gift for it. No matter what I did, it would not run in Steam. I tried everything. The 64 bit stuff, the launch options, nothing worked. I uninstalled it and got an Origin key for it. Installed it there, added the 64 bit folder, and it runs great. I really don't know what my fps is but it sure runs a lot better than it did on my old laptop where I got about 3-5 fps in the last boss fight and it was like a slideshow. I still don't know how I beat it.
I play with the origin version too.
I found out how to show the framerate and I'm getting 54-75fps on high settings with 4X AA enabled. This is in Win 10 Home 64 bit with the 64 bit files added.
I installed it on my Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit laptop with a first generation Llano A8 APU and it's integrated HD6620G GPU. Surprisingly, the 32 bit default game works perfectly where it wouldn't on the Win 10 64 bit desktop. I have to use low settings though with no AA to stay above 30fps in every location. With 2X AA it looks better but drops to the low 20's in framerate sometimes. (personally, I can live with that)The high foliage areas are the worst which makes sense. I remember editing a config file to lessen the amount of vegetation back when I played the game the first time but I don't remember what I had to do.
A weird thing is that the 32 bit game works on the laptop but not on the desktop. I saw somewhere where they said the 32 bit game would not work with FX CPU's. Even weirder is the fact that the 64 bit version will not work on the laptop consistently. If launched through Origin, it asks for the CD which does not happen in Win 10. I did mange to get it working twice by launching it from the game folder itself with a no-CD patch installed and the performance was identical to the 32 bit version so I stuck with that on the laptop. I'm running in DX 10 mode on both systems. It appears to run differently in Win 7 than in 10.
Really? You sure you don't have your rose-tinted glasses on?
Yes, really sure. I don't play games at less than max settings. Anti aliasing was turned of I think.
My old GTX+ played it 40-60 fps 1080p with some mods no problem.