Crysis Warhead is a computer game that serves as an add-on to the popular Crysis game and continues the history of aliens on Earth.
The events in the game begin from the moment when the crucial conversation between Major Strickland and Nomad takes place. If in Crysis you play as Nomad, then in the continuation of the story you can see the events through the eyes of Michael, nicknamed "Psycho". The major sends Michael to the aid of the Alpha group, which is in the center of the island with the purpose of reconnaissance. The Koreans attack the detachment, and the main character, together with the soldiers, must hurry to the point of evacuation.
The graphics of the addon differ slightly from the original and continue to be its main advantage. The company developer Crytek Hungary has slightly embellished and worked on the CryEngine 2.0 engine.
The visualization is also slightly different from the original, but there are some very interesting additions. The design of locations and the elaboration of landscapes have increased significantly. The special effects are generally perfected. Here are just interlevel videos on the game engine do not look.
The physics model in Crysis Warhead is exemplary. Literally every element of the environment behaves in accordance with all the laws of the genre. In this respect, the game probably won't have any competitors until the release of Red Faction Guerilla.
There are no significant differences in the rest of the gameplay elements. The player also has excellent directing at his service. Triggers are imperceptibly and cleverly hidden in the general dynamics of what is happening and do not cause irritation. Music and soundtrack for the Crysis Warhead game in the best traditions of the original.
Crysis Warhead is still replete with spectacular gunfights, massive battles involving heavy equipment and dozens of infantry. By the way, death in Crysis Warhead seems to be taken out of the general context of the game. Its suddenness is completely illogical, and makes you remember how long ago the last preservation was.
Thus, Crysis Warhead is a fun, well-made shooter that has literally everything a project like this needs.