Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2

 
 
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 GamePack for CronusMAX PLUS.
 
Instructions for Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 GamePack
Compatible CronusMAX PLUS Firmware: 1.24+
Compatible Controllers: Dualshock 4, Dualshock 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U Pro
Compatible Systems: Playstation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC


IMPORTANT
If you have a CronusMAX PLUS, make sure you goto Tools > Options > CMax Plus and enable "Mimic Controller Player LEDs" in the CMax Plus Backlight area if you want the CronusMAX PLUS Backlight LED features to work. Also, for more information on the benefits of using a USB Hub with your CronusMAX PLUS Click Here


 

 

Automatic PS4 Crossover
 
When this GamePack is being used on a PlayStation 4 and detects the connected controller is not a DualShock 4, it will automatically reassign Touchpad to the Select/Back/View Button.
 
 
Shortcut to Access The PlayStation 4 Share Screen:
Press Select + Right Analog Stick (R3) together.
Press Back + Right Analog Stick (RS) together.
Press View + Right Analog Stick (RS) together.
 

 

GamePack Operation
 
Quick Disable/Re-Enable GamePack:
 
Player LED 1: Controller in regular mode, the GamePack is Disabled (Blue on DS4 / CronusMAX PLUS Backlight LED).
 
Player LED 4: The GamePack is Enabled (Pink on DS4 / CronusMAX PLUS Backlight LED).
 

 

GamePack Configuration
 
GCI (GamePack Configuration Interface) Operation:
All GamePacks have Mods that can be tuned and customized to your own preference. This is what makes the CronusMAX so powerful and extremely popular with the gaming community. The settings are usually made using the controllers built in GamePack Menu Mode, as explained below. However, there is a much easier and quicker method via the new GCI (GamePack Configuration Interface).
 
NOTE

Pre-configure your GamePack settings using the GamePack Configuration Interface (GCI) in the Cronus PRO software. The GCI opens automatically when you load a GamePack to a memory slot, or you can simply click on the memory slot number to the left of the loaded GamePack to open the GCI. As soon as you select your preferred settings, close the GCI and click the PROGRAM DEVICE button. To select the GamePack you wish to use on your console, press the Memory Slot button on the CronusMAX PLUS so that it highlights the corresponding number on the LED (so if you have a GamePack loaded to Memory Slot 1, the LED on the CronusMAX PLUS should display the number 1).




 
How to Enter GamePack Menu Mode:
Note 1: If you are on a PlayStation 4 console use TouchPad instead of Share (DualShock 4 Controllers)*
Note 2: The Menu is navigated via the CronusMAX PLUS LED System and also the controller's Player Number LED's if available. It is not an on-screen menu. Click Here for an instructional video.
 
Hold SELECT+START for 2 seconds to enter menu mode.
Hold SHARE+OPTIONS for 2 seconds to enter menu mode*
Hold BACK+START for 2 seconds to enter menu mode.
Hold VIEW+MENU for 2 seconds to enter menu mode.
IMPORTANT
Always keep the SELECT / SHARE / BACK / VIEW button pressed while in Menu Mode. To exit Menu mode, release the SELECT / SHARE / BACK / VIEW button.

 
Player LED 4 will blink the number of the current Class (DS4 / CronusMAX PLUS Backlight LED will flash Pink).
 
Player LED 3 will blink the number of the active Mod for the current Class (DS4 / CronusMAX PLUS Backlight LED will flash Green).
 
Note: If the Player LED 3 is not blinking, it means either no Mod is loaded/disabled or the default setting is selected for the current Class. See below for instructions how to navigate between Classes and Mod's.
 
To Navigate Between Classes:

Goes Up
Goes Down
 
To Navigate Between Mods Within the Current Class:

Goes Up
Goes Down
 

 

GamePack Classes and Mods
 
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2
 
 

1
Class 1
In Game Button Layout
Tell the GamePack your In Game Button layout settings. NOTE: Make sure this is set to the same layout that you are using in-game so that all the Mods are mapped correctly.
 
Mod
Name
0
Default (Classic Control OFF)
1
Southpaw (Classic Control OFF)
2
Default (Classic Control ON)
3
Southpaw (Classic Control ON)
 

2
Class 2
In Game Analog Stick Layout
Tell the GamePack your In Game Analog Stick layout settings. NOTE: Make sure this is set to the same layout that you are using in-game so that all the Mods are mapped correctly.
 
Mod
Name
0
Default
1
Southpaw
 

3
Class 3
Primary Rapid Fire
When Rapid Fire is enabled, you can turn virtually any semi automatic weapon into a fully automatic weapon. This creates a very unique advantage for players using semi automatic weapons. While Rapid Fire will not usually make a fully automatic gun shoot any faster, it can have positive side effects on fully automatic guns such helping players conserve ammunition and achieve more headshots.
 
HOW TO ADJUST THE RAPID FIRE SPEED
You can adjust Rapid Fire speed and test your settings within the game. (In Menu Mode: LB/L1 Reduce Value Increases Rate of Fire - RB/R1 Increase Value Reduces Rate of Fire - RT/R2 Test).

Increases
Rate of Fire
Decreases
Rate of Fire
Test current
Rate of Fire

 
Mod
Name
Description
0
Mod Disabled
 
1
Optimized Rapid Fire
This Rapid Fire is optimized to be as fast as possible but at the same time ensures that every single shot is correctly registered by the game.
2
Adjustable Rapid Fire
Adjustable
With Adjustable Rapid Fire you can always get the optimum firepower for your favorite weapon. See the menu system instructions above for more information on how to adjust your Rapid Fire speed in this mode.
3
Pulse Rapid Fire
Adjustable
Pulse Rapid Fire can reach a faster rate of fire with burst type weapons.
 

4
Class 4
Secondary Rapid Fire
If Secondary Rapid Fire is enabled it will take place when the regular rapid fire is not actuating. For example if your regular rapid fire is only active when zooming then the Secondary Rapid Fire will be activated when you are not using zoom. This behavior can be very handy to set a precise rate of fire while zooming and a more aggressive rate of fire while not zooming.
 
HOW TO ADJUST THE SECONDARY RAPID FIRE SPEED
You can adjust Secondary Rapid Fire speed and test your settings within the game. (In Menu Mode: LB/L1 Reduce Value Increases Rate of Fire - RB/R1 Increase Value Reduces Rate of Fire - RT/R2 Test).

Increases
Rate of Fire
Decreases
Rate of Fire
Test current
Rate of Fire

 
Mod
Name
Description
0
Mod Disabled
 
1
Optimized Rapid Fire
This Secondary Rapid Fire is optimized to be as fast as possible but at the same time ensuring that every single shot will be correctly registered by the game.
2
Adjustable Rapid Fire
Adjustable
With Adjustable Secondary Rapid Fire you can always get the optimum firepower for your favorite weapon. See the menu system instructions above for more information on how to adjust your Rapid Fire speed in this mode.
3
Pulse Rapid Fire
Adjustable
Pulse Secondary Rapid Fire can reach a faster rate of fire with burst type weapons.
 

5
Class 5
Fire Mode
Fire mode determines an assist action to be used together with Rapid Fire and/or Burst Fire. These are normally applied to the triggers.
 
Mod
Name
Description
0
Mod Disabled
Primary Rapid Fire Always On
1
Scope Disable
The scope disables Rapid Fire and Burst Fire.
2
Scope Enable
The scope enables Rapid Fire and Burst Fire.
3
Press Sensitive
Rapid fire and Burst Fire will only be activated by fully pressing the fire button.
 

6
Class 6
Burst Fire
Burst firing is designed to turn semi-automatic and automatic weapons into burst firing weapons. When this feature is enabled, your weapon will fire in bursts and can be used with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 round bursts. Burst firing can help reduce recoil and conserve ammunition.
 
The Burst Fire Mod can be used by itself (With the Rapid Fire Mod disabled) or can be used as a modifier for the Rapid Fire Mod.  That is, with Burst Fire and Rapid Fire enabled together, you will get a repeating burst of shots essentially giving you automatic Burst Fire. The delay between the bursts can be set with the Rapid Fire adjustable parameter allowing you to select how many rounds are fired per burst and the amount of time between bursts for a truly customizable experience.
 
NEW FEATURE
When enabling Burst Fire, it becomes the dominant Rapid Fire MOD in use (i.e. if both Primary Rapid Fire and Burst Fire are enabled at the same time, the Burst Fire MOD will take precedence. If you want to use the Primary Rapid Fire MOD you have to disable Burst Fire).

 
Mod
Name
0
Mod Disabled
1
1 Round per Burst
2
2 Rounds per Burst
3
3 Rounds per Burst
4
4 Rounds per Burst
5
5 Rounds per Burst
6
6 Rounds per Burst
 

7
Class 7
Auto Reload
If enabled, this Mod automates the task of reloading by automatically pressing the reload button whenever the trigger is released.
 
Mod
Name
0
Mod Disabled
1
Mod Enabled
 

8
Class 8
Accelerometer Aim Assist
With Accelerometer Aim Assist, you can use a Six-Axis DualShock 4 or DualShock 3 controller to aim while scoping. This means you can move the controller to adjust the target position when scoped in. This Mod will not affect aiming with the right stick. It will only add an additional option to aim with. Each of the modes will add sensitivity with mode 1 being the least sensitive and mode 5 being the most sensitive.
 
Mod
Name
0
Mod Disabled
1
Sensitivity 1
2
Sensitivity 2
3
Sensitivity 3
4
Sensitivity 4
5
Sensitivity 5
 
 

 

Quick Reference: Classes and Mods
 
01: IN GAME BUTTON LAYOUT
02: IN ANALOG STICK LAYOUT
03: PRIMARY RAPID FIRE
00: Default (Classic Control OFF)
01: Southpaw (Classic Control OFF)
02: Default (Classic Control ON)
03: Southpaw (Classic Control ON)
 
00: Default
01: Southpaw
00: Mod Disabled
01: Optimized Rapid Fire
02: Adjustable Rapid Fire (Adjustable)
03: Pulse Rapid Fire (Adjustable)
 
04: SECONDARY RAPID FIRE
05: FIRE MODE
06: BURST FIRE
00: Mod Disabled
01: Optimized Rapid Fire
02: Adjustable Rapid Fire (Adjustable)
03: Pulse Rapid Fire (Adjustable)
 
00: Mod Disabled
01: Scope Disable
02: Scope Enable
03: Press Sensitive
00: Mod Disabled
01: 1 Round per Burst
02: 2 Rounds per Burst
03: 3 Rounds per Burst
04: 4 Rounds per Burst
05: 5 Rounds per Burst
06: 6 Rounds per Burst
 
Burst Fire now overrides Rapid Fire. If you want to enable Rapid Fire you can disable Burst Fire.
 
07: AUTO RELOAD
08: ACCEL AIM ASSIST
 
00: Mod Disabled
01: Mod Enabled
 
00: Mod Disabled
01: Sensitivity 1
02: Sensitivity 2
03: Sensitivity 3
04: Sensitivity 4
05: Sensitivity 5
06: Sensitivity 6
 
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