We have a first time CrysisFiles content submitter with us today...make welcome onji! He brings with him his superb SinglePlayer map that will keep you busy for some time, and have you coming back for more!
Insertion (v1.02) takes some real-world issues and brings them to your monitor...it is all about shipments of nuclear materials have been traced to this island. It is believed that the KPA are using this to manufacture nuclear weapons.
The good news here is that this is the first in a series of maps that onji will be releasing! (The not-so-good news is that it may be a bit of a wait for the next installment) Finally...not since I've played Assignment41 for Far Cry have I been psyched about a campaign! I hope he follows through and releases a product that is as much an assault on the senses as it is on the adventure! :) Ahem, back to the description: Once you load up Insertion (v1.02), you will find that you are inserted via submarine into the bay of this island, your goal is to proceed to the foothills of the mountains (it is believed that the manufacturing plant is somewhere in the mountains). The rest, will come naturally.
- The features of this map include:[/b]
- 2x2 km Map
- One primary objective, Two secondary objectives
- Large Bay, mini-islands, hedland, river delta, jungle basin, village
- Open ended approaches to objectives
- Enemies will call in reinforcements and mechanised support
- Balance between Direct Action or Stealthy play
- About 1.5 hours gameplay.
Refer to the readme for more information.
Installation Guide 1. Extract the content into your Crysis directory (use relative paths) 2. Run Crysis and use the Mod Loader (or just do this directly from Command Prompt as "Crysis.exe -devmode -mod insertion") 3. Bring down the console 4. Type in "map insertion" NOTE: You can use this mod only with Crysis Version 1.2 and above Known Bugs 1. When you start the game, it says you're outside of the play area and you have 5 seconds to get back in the fight. Solution: As soon as you move/jump/swim it goes away. Special Thanks QA Tester - Dave =================================================== Copyright 2008, Andres Walsh, Australia __________________ -onji
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