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Was it a glimpse of next-gen? Medieval RPG maker responds

Robert Purchese:

Yesterday I wrote about a tech demonstration video from a PC and next-gen consoles project, a medieval RPG. Given its target platforms we billed it as a possible glimpse of the future, a glimpse of next-gen.

Turns out it was running on a two year old laptop with a mobile GeForce 555M - rubbish! - although the scenery was an example of an environment from the game.

The medieval RPG belongs to small (24 person) Czech developer Warhorse Studios, led by Mafia (game series) key person Daniel Vavra. The video appeared the internet much to his surprise and gained an "unexpected" amount of attention, and so he felt compelled to explain a thing or two.

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shutUpAndTakeMyMoney1387d ago (Edited 1387d ago )

lol 2 year old lappies are ready compete with next gen consoles! times have changed and tech is getting better even faster. so imagine a 2014 laptop. Will run this like nothing. Also since nvidia will have their first APU in 2014 with a gforce card will be very nice.
https://www.youtube.com/wat...

maxwell delayed till 2014.

FanboyPunisher1387d ago

Next gen is already here on PC.

akaakaaka1387d ago (Edited 1387d ago )

yummy this next gen will be the best ever i just hope servers are solid, no lag and a anti cheating teach works well.
if open worlds looks like been make by a small team imagine a AAA tittle or a more linear game will look like :D

CommonSense1387d ago (Edited 1387d ago )

Wish I knew what was so funny.

Article summary: "We shot our wad over a tech demo that doesn't look nearly as good as we let ourselves think it did. Oops."

Mocat1387d ago

2nd time this is posted, what is it with N4g these days

ame221387d ago

It's the lightening that stands out. Other than that, can't say there is much to look at.

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