How to Create Content Warning ASCII Faces

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How to Create Content Warning ASCII Faces

Content Warning gives you the ability to create a myriad of different faces that can be used by your alter ego. If you want to opt for something different from those present in the game, you can create your own Content Warning ASCII faces.


In this article, therefore, we will explain everything you need to do to create these faces. Obviously, since a truly enormous number of different faces can be created, we won't tell you in detail how to make each of them, but we will provide you with all the tools necessary to ensure that you succeed independently.

Content Warning ASCII Faces Creation

To be able to create Content Warning ASCII faces, you don't have to follow many steps, but it is important that you follow the few steps you need to follow in the right way. Before starting, make sure you are not in any lobby, and remember to edit and save an in-game face at least once before trying the steps we are about to show you.

  • Go to Windows search bar and type Registry Editor
  • Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Landfall Games\Content Warning
  • Right-click on “FaceText_h” and then on “Modify”
  • Write the hexadecimal string in the left section
  • Click “OK” and join a lobby to try it

Some Examples

Many users on Steam have indulged in creating different Content Warning ASCII faces, providing the hexadecimal codes that must be entered in order to create the faces. If you want to try one of these, here is a list of some hexadecimal codes you can use:

  • Happy face: E2 98 BA 00
  • Sad face: E2 98 B9 00
  • Smug face: E3 82 B7 00
  • Crying face: E2 95 A5 CF 89 E2 95 A5 00
  • Music notes: E2 99 AB 00
  • Skeptical face: EF BF A2 5F EF BF A2 00
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Content Warning ASCII Faces

If, however, you want to create your own faces, there are a few extra steps to follow before you can do so. In fact, as we said, you must have a hexadecimal code that represents the face you intend to create. So, the first thing to do is to trace this hexadecimal code.

It may seem like a difficult thing to say like that, but in reality, it isn't. A simple search on the Internet will suffice to find the answer. All you have to do is search for the UFT-8 hexadecimal representation of a certain character you are interested in adding. Once found, you can follow the procedure we indicated previously. Remember, however, to insert the value “00” at the end of each string.

Finally, be aware that not all characters are supported by the font in the game, so it is likely that the one you want to use cannot be used. Unfortunately, there is no list of these fonts that are not supported, so this is a trial and error process. It can certainly be a bit annoying because every time you will have to repeat the procedure we indicated previously but, at the moment, it is the only existing method.

*Thanks to Dabestbro on Steam.

How to Create Content Warning ASCII Faces
Diana D'Estefano
Diana has been a huge fan of video games since she was a child. She started her "career" with Nintendo and then moved on to other platforms as well. She is a computer engineering student. She is passionate about everything related to the gaming industry and writes for various websites in the sector. Although she is a big fan of horror games, she plays almost all genres fearlessly.