now that i have seen how the grim dawn cheat engines work, i am even more excited about the ability to work on the quest and items. please, hide my trail! i do not want the peasants to get their hands on any of my game goodies.
in coming days, i will show you how you can use these cheat engines to modify game files to create realistic characters, create completely new characters or adjust the stats of all the existing ones. these cheat engines and their secrets are just itching to be unlocked!
well if you add 1.5 to normal speed, the game becomes pretty fast, like normal speed and fast, if you add 1.5 to 1.5 it becomes fairly fast and very fast, if you add 2 to 2 it becomes pretty fast, it’s kind of like the speed option in gw2. the game as a whole runs pretty fast, but after about an hour or two the game becomes very boring, and i kinda like that because we’ll never have to worry about getting hit anymore. so the game can also become very hard because of this as i’ll suggest three or four vehicles and try to drive with them, and every now and then will have a hard time and won’t be able to hit enemies. i really like that and for me it feels fair.
grim dawn (build 29) was developed by the grim team. they’re the dudes who work on grim dawn . it’s actually a pretty fun little game. sort of a sidescrolling dungeon crawler. the only thing i hate about it is that it’s hard to actually see what’s going on over top of the characters, as it’s a top-down view, so you just have to trust the characters to be good at finding stuff. still, it’s a pretty fun, easy game to play. it’s one of the few god games i enjoy.
2k finally added an easy way to support grim dawn , in the form of a pre-order bonus. i am all for pre-ordering because it means you get stuff before it’s released. i love that, and while i was considering buying, i saw the metro descent expansion’s price drop from $20 to $10. this didn’t seem like much, but i’d heard people say that if you sold your extra copy of the game, it could buy the expansion. so i gave in and bought it, and i’m so glad i did. i know this expansion will encourage me to play and enjoy the original game, which is great because i think i would have just ignored it if i thought it was going to be a dlc thing. as it is, it’s a real added bonus that i’ll find myself playing this throughout the year, so i’m happy i got it now.
the next small thing is to do is to type in console: execute(“start()”). upon doing this, the [“start()”] command will execute in the background. after the mission begins, you will still be able to see the active mission and select a team.
the last thing you need to do is to set the difficulty of the game to “deathmatch”. upon doing this, the game will be set to “deathmatch”, and all game modes will be enabled. the challenge of upgrading your grim game to death match is well known and inevitable, but even with that, you can still play ranked multiplayer matches. once you are set, the deathmatch selection will appear under the multiplayer menu.
speedhack: to toggle the speedhack option for the selected game, type in: execute(“speedhack(“doom”)”). speedhack will now enable for that specific game. this feature, although does speed up the game, can cause many anti-virus applications to flag it as malicious code. you will probably need to create a custom whitelist for the tool first.