To fully disable the depletion of the health and suit energy bars in the Crysis PC game, numerous cheats must be typed into the console (please see my detailed Crysis cheats charts). A much easier way to run multiple Crysis console commands is to put them all into a special cheats batch file and save that file to your Crysis game install folder. Then you can run all the commands at once using the
exec console command.
How to Execute a Batch File in Crysis
exec console command runs a specified batch file containing a list of Crysis console commands. The batch file should be placed in your Crysis game install folder. You run the exec command by loading Crysis, bringing down the console and typing in the command.
The syntax for the exec command is:
...where [filename] refers to the name of the batch file containing the console commands you wish to execute.
For a much more detailed explanation of the Crysis console, Crysis Console Commands & DevMode.
Crysis Super Cheats Download
For those of you already in the know about the whole Crysis console thingy, here's a ready-made Crysis batch file—
To download, right click on the above link and then click on 'Save Target As...' (or 'Save Link As...') and save it to your Crysis game install folder. Then load Crysis, bring down the console (press the tilde ` key on your keyboard) and type in the following:
...and press Enter.
If you started Crysis in DevMode (recommended) then this will do all of the following:
- Make you invincible (god mode)
- Disable the "you died xx times" messages,
- Allow you to carry unlimited weapons
- Give you all the weapons (including ones that are supposed to be for multiplayer only)
- Give you unlimited ammunition
- Make your health and suit energy bars stay full all the time
If you DID NOT start Crysis in DevMode then executing the supercheat.txt file will only make your health and suit energy bars stay full all the time.
For the whole nine yards on the Crysis console, please see Crysis Console Commands & DevMode