In terms of strategy the basics remain unchanged, and the intuitive interface makes it easy to order your troops into the fray. But while players could use a tiny window to sneak a peek at the battlefields in GRAW, an improved spy camera allows you to scout the landscape at full-screen and watch the skirmishes unfold from the perspective of your troops, making it a cinch to spot targets, use cover and employ advanced flanking techniques. The inclusion of the new MULE vehicle - a mobile ammunition dump that replaces the boxes of bullets scattered through the first game - also allows you to concoct elaborate plans, either using the tiny truck to steal a glimpse behind enemy lines, or as temporary cover when you creep into hostile territory.
Note that even if you don't have a PhysX-capable card on your system, you can still enable some of the advanced physics effects - see the Advanced Tweaking section for details. Also note that GRAW 2 has to install the PhysX drivers for the game to work properly regardless of whether you have a PhysX-capable card or not. Don't uninstall this driver. If you have problems with the physics or the installation of these drivers, see the Troubleshooting Tips section of the guide. 2b1af7f3a8