By running the de-authorisation tool, a machine "slot" will be freed up on the online Product Authorisation server and can then be re-used by another machine.
You can de-authorise at any time, even without uninstalling Crysis Warhead, and free up that machine authorisation. If you re-launch Crysis Warhead on the same machine, the game will attempt to re-authorise.If you have not reached the machine limitation, the game will authorise and the machine will be re-authorised using up one of the five available machines.
Running the Tool
- Launch the exe
- The tool will need to update 3 important files in order to complete the de-authorisation process.
Crysis Wars features three multiplayer modes, including TeamInstantAction, a new match type that mixes fast-paced action in a team-based environment, in addition to the insanely frenetic gameplay style of InstantAction and the hardcore team-based PowerStruggle, both of which return from Crysis. The game will include 21 maps, six new maps for TeamInstantAction and InstantAction, and one for PowerStruggle and Crytek will also have a support team dedicated to meeting the needs of the Crysis Wars community.
Beginning today, gamers can pre-order Crysis Warhead at the EA Store for only $24.95; $5 less than the full retail price, or receive $10 off when purchasing both Crysis Warhead and Crysis.
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