Alright don't bother with those links they're crap and they don't have the setup.exe in them. Yes there was multiple downloads but you'r eonly allowed to download one time from that website so it's pointless.
Go to the description section of that video and download 'Part One' it'll be a winrar folder called 'Mod' that is MaldoHD v. Unfortunately it's not the latest 4.0 but it's literally all that's available right now I think. MaldoHD 3.0 was the version I had on my computer before it crashed and I lost everything and it kicked♥♥♥♥♥ Also, if you're having trouble installing the mod follow this step from the comment section: 'I actually found out how to get it to work here's how. First download it then find it in your WinRar downloads folder, after that go into your Crysis 2 folder (where ever that may be) create a mods folder in the Crysis 2 folder and then create a new folder inside the Mods folder (Just call it New Folder) and then go back to the WinRar window and high light all the maldo 4.0 thingys and right click on them and then click on copy and paste it in the Mods folder (New Folder) after it's done extracting the content close the WinRar window and go into the New Folder and click on the Maldo File that contains the setup and then try it.
Kind of lost in a sea of mods. Looking for the best Crysis 1 (Mods/Texture packs) (self.Crysis). Rygel's Texture Pack. With all the talk going on lately about best game engines and graphics, my interest in replaying Crysis again has been building, Other the basic ini.
Hope you can read this and understand it good luck and I hope this helps.' From what I remember you have to install it like that for it to work.Hope it goes well I'm gonna try it right now. Download Lagu Indonesia Terbaru Mp3 2013.
I'm not sure I assume that version 4.0 just added more textures and fixed any potential 'gflitches' caused by the mod. I played the first six levels of MaldoHD yesterday and noticed a door in a room that was supposed to be a closed door but yet I could see straight through as if it was open and it was all glitchy looking. I can't see version 4.0 being THAT noticeable of an improvement as the textures in version 3.0 look phenomenol.
I think if you go on Maldo's Blog (where you're supposed to be able to download v. 4.0) he should say what some of the differences are. Originally posted by:Unfortunately I just finished playing through Crysis 1 and Warhead without mods. I would be interested to hear your recommendations all the same as I might replay it sometime. Yep or even to just load up and old save and fool around for a bit with mods can be fun. There isn't much modding available for Warhead as far as I know but Crysis supports it well.
Most of the mods are just small files you drop. Here is the reference video I followed to shine up the game a little bit. The only mod I don't reccomend from this guy's list is Blackfire's Mod. You can check it out in his video and see if you like it but I don't like how it changes the colors personally. (Just type in 'crysis mods' on youtube to find this) So this guy explains how to install the mods most of them are just small files you donwload and quickly just drop them into your Crysis/Game folder. Most of his links are broken though. Rygel's texture pack - FY71 Pack - Ultra High Config Mod (This one is a little different to install but still easy just follow directions on the website or the instructions on the text file that comes with the download) - Global Ambient Lighting/POM Mod - After you install those and get the hang of how easy Crysis mods are to install check out this site because there are a ton of similar files to download and there are some cool HD skin packs you may be interested in like weapons, nanosuits, rock textures etc.
They all have screenshots.