You can edit the config file (.cfg) as a text document in your
favourite text editor (e.g. notepad).
To do this simply go to the installation folder:
C:\Program Files\Acclaim Entertainment\Forsaken\
Then right click on the file... [PlayerName].cfg and select "Open"; choose
"Select the program from a list"; click "OK"; choose your text edtior and then
The setting AUTOLEVEL is a number in the range 0-1. A higher value results in
the bike correcting it's horizontal alignment automatically at a faster rate. A
value of 0 disables this feature.
MACRO1, 2 and 3 are the predefined taunt keys displayed in multiplayer games by
pressing F9, F10 and F11 respectively. You can edit these from within the game
by pressing shift+ the desired taunt key.
Having problems producing a key configuration?
Download the sample keyboard & mouse configuration
from the files section. To install, simply place
the .cfg file into the Forsaken directory (as specified in step 2
above). Then to use this config, switch to the player named 'key-mouse'
from within the Setup Biker menu -- and don't forget to rename it to
Quick Tip: Remember to delete any
that you will not use. This will prevent them conflicting
later on as you can have multiple keys assigned to
different tasks. e.g. "w" may be assigned to slide left and to
slide up - thus double chording you north-west with a single key
Quick Tip: Double chording (i.e. moving in two
directions simultaneously (e.g. forward and slide left)) increases
the speed at which you move. Triple chording
(i.e. moving in three directions simultaneously (e.g.
forward, slide left, and slide up)) increases the speed at which you
move even more (approximately 1.7x the speed of just moving