The Internet ends at GF
16th January 2007
I just reinstalled Crysis due to experiencing multiple problems but I uninstalled all my save games aswell by mistake. Is there any way to skip levels (such as a console command?) so that I can get back to where I was before I uninstalled?
Old school pimp
10th February 2004
You mean like cheating?
Big-V;4177099Is there any way to skip levels (such as a console command?) so that I can get back to where I was before I uninstalled?
There's no way to do it via commands, at least not yet anyway. Install CrysisLauncher, or there are other launchers available you may want to try. It allows you to launch any level of map and/or mod you want. [COLOR=blue]http://www.crymod.com/filebase.php?fileid=290[/COLOR] N88tr I hardly think this reason for jumping levels would be considered cheating. The game's got bugs that can keep you from advancing in some spots, not to mention performance problems that can leave you experimenting, which can invlove reinstalling as mentioned.
Old school pimp
10th February 2004
Yeah, I can understand that, ok.
Actually, Yes there is.
First... As always you have to have con_restricted 0 enabled... then the console command is "map".
Let's say you wanted to load the Onslaught Level you would type in "map tank" then press enter.
Or if you wanted to load the last level you would type in "map fleet".
Feel my heat, Heavens on fire.
3rd August 2005
But could you still save & continue on as you would with normal progression?
No, the autosave feature is not active, but you yourself can save; which is just fine by me (My game still does the stupid savetime increase BS).
Ah ha, thanks Epic, I didn't know that. I guess it was that I experiemented with the old \map "mapname" Far Cry method. I tried Googling to find a command to skip levels and came up with nothing. As far as I'm concerned anything that avoids putting you in Devmode is the better way to go. I've still yet to find out how you can disable the cheat hotkeys that Devmode seems to enable. No one even on CryMod has answered that one.
Well, why do you worry about the cheat hotkeys, or do they conflict with something that you have entered?
I've had to remap my key bindings to avoid them and still I go into godmode accidentally and often times end up warping to the next checkpoint. I solved the godmode thing with a g_godmode = 0 entered into my System.cfg but since I use Shift for crouch, I still warp to checkpoints if I save while crouched. Why the hell would they automatically enable cheat hotkeys in Devmode anyway? In Far Cry you had to enter the hotkey bindings into the Devmode.Lua, it was a LOT better that way IMO. The way they made it it's like they assume anyone that wants to use a custom mod or map also wants to cheat, it's riduculous. The best mods are realism mods that are just the opposite of cheating. The problem is that you still have to use Devmode to play a custom map or mod, which is not the way it should be. Just another example of how the game was released prematurely. There should be a way to launch custom maps/mods via the menu without needing to be in Devmode. Someone on CryMod said CrysisLauncher does not put you in Devmode, but I still have these problems using it to launch the maps/mods with. In fact that's the way I started out playing custom maps/mods. The only time I've used Devmode was to experiment with using the TAC Gun, MOAC and MOAR in sp.