How To Manually Add Game To Armory Crate

You can manually add game to Armory Crate that does not automatically appear on it. This will allow you to easily make setting changes to games that are identified by the software. If a game is not detected then the changes won’t be applied to it when you play it.

The Armory Crate is a software solution often found in Asus gaming laptops that allows users to easily customize several settings. You can for example customize the RGB lighting effect of your devices and synchronize them with Aura sync. You can also change performance settings to suit different games.

Add games to the Armory Crate Game Library

Normally, the Armory Crate will automatically scan your system for games and add it to the game library. Sometimes though, certain games installed in your laptop are not being added. In cases like this you will have to manually add it. Here’s how to do it.

Time needed: 3 minutes.

Adding game to Armory Crate

  1. Open the Armory Crate software.

    You can do this by clicking on it from the Start menu list of applications.Manually Add Game To Armory Crate

  2. Click on the Game Library link.

    This can be found on the left side of the Armory Crate.Add games to the Armory Crate Game Library

  3. Click Settings.

    This can be found on the top right part of the Game Library after the search settings

  4. Click Add Games.

    This will allow you to manually add add games

  5. Click Scan.

    This will scan your laptop for scan

  6. Search for the game and place a checkmark on its box then click done.

    This will manually add the game.check mark done

  7. Click Cannot find app. You should only do this if the scan cannot detect the game.

    Search for the game executable file then click open. This will manually add the cannot find app

After performing the steps listed above you will successfully manually add game to Armory Crate.

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