The original Crysis game has been around since 2007 but it is still a huge visually appealing and fun game, some might also say it was well ahead of its time graphics wise. This also means it is very hungry on system resources but there is a few tweaks we can do to improve on this from within the game and with wine to get it running nice on Linux.
In this tutorial I am using the steam version of Crysis with PlayOnLinux to save messing around with copy protection on the CD release and to make managing multiple games and Wine versions a lot easier.
First you will need to download and install PlayOnLinux, Head over to the official site PlayOnLinux.com where you get get the download instructions depending on which distribution your using such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint, or Arch etc they are all supported…. Read More