Submitted by john2 741d ago | screenshot

New Brigade 2 Engine Screenshots Reveal Mind-Blowing Indoors And A Gorgeous Chess

DSOGaming writes: "We’ve said it in the past and will say it again – path (and ray) tracing is the future for gaming graphics. Following the previous showcase of the Brigade 2 Engine, Hayssam Keilany has shared two news screenshots from this new engine that showcase an indoor environment and a chess game." (Brigade 2 Engine, Next-Gen, PC, PS3, Tech, Xbox 360)

Npugz7  +   741d ago
Gorbenshore  +   741d ago
Very impressive!
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r21  +   741d ago
Oh i remember this, been a long time and it still looks impressive as ever. Cant wait to see it in motion :D
PLASTICA-MAN  +   740d ago
Where do you can download them please?
r21  +   740d ago
Dont know, dont think its for download yet.
DeadlyFire  +   740d ago
OTOY employee now I see. Awesome. OTOY looks to push stuff to a new level. Wonder when it will be playable with my bandwidth. :P

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