Comments (14)
ozone468  +   1057d ago
i saw this i think that it is amazing that they can make the body of the truck seem so realistic cryengine 3
PoSTedUP  +   1057d ago
my favorite part of a videogame was realistic car damage. from the awesome car damage of driver (ps1) to gta3, to driver 3 and to gta4, from banging my matchbox cars up with a hammer as a kid, this right here was the moment i have been waiting for. bravo.
cyborg47  +   1057d ago
I used to do that too, imagining myself as a dinosaur and destroy those cars with a hammer :p
PoSTedUP  +   1057d ago
i banged them up and made the notions that they just crash and rolled down a hill. i also had a jurassic park Trex and reinact the scenes from the movies lol.
MacDonagh  +   1057d ago
That's some very realistic crash physics those guys have made. Will be keeping an eye on this engine.
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JellyJelly  +   1057d ago
The cars look like they are made of rubber and not metal.
bumnut  +   1057d ago
I thought so too, 'mind blowing' is not a word I would use to describe it.

I would call it 'quite impressive'
SpartanQ8  +   1057d ago
would love to see that on nextgen GTA
Gorbenshore  +   1057d ago
Yes!!! I hope this will be implemented into future racing games.
1nsomniac  +   1057d ago
I cant wait for next gen. This looks awesome!
Nac  +   1057d ago
Was that car trying to mount taht other car at 00:50?
RevXM  +   1057d ago
Cool tech, need some tweaks.
cant wait until its finnished and ready.

At this point it doesnt really look and behave like a real car. As someone else said it acts more like rubber at some points, and the damage/impact model needs some tweaking, then maybe it will look authentic to real life crashes.

No denying this is impressive tech. I cant wait to see what the Cryengine will bring us in the coming years, and I cant wait for Crysis 3.

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