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Submitted by john2 626d ago | screenshot

Ubisoft Massive's Artist Experiments With CryEngine 3 And Creates A Gorgeous Open-World Environment

DSOGaming writes: "To be honest, it does not surprise us to see artists from various studios experimenting with different game engines. Truth be told, they are dedicated to their teams but what happens when – and if – they get fired and are not accustomed to other engines? That’s right, it will be really hard to get a new work on another studio. So, today we bring you three screenshots (first three images) from Ubisoft Massive’s environmental artist, Cristoffer Radsby, who is currently creating an amazing open-world level in CryEngine 3." (Cryengine 3, PC, Ubisoft Massive)

claud3  +   626d ago
down right awesome... Ubisoft are so skilled
StraightPath  +   626d ago
That looks amazing assasins creed 3 had gorgeous visuals and landscapes.
claud3  +   626d ago
we all have the seem feeling, is this an actually game

and the outcome is no, it is just a what will next gen look like
The_Infected  +   626d ago
The first screen looks like a next gen Skyrim! Lol
grailly  +   626d ago
the crazy part is... skyrim looks like that, now, on pc.
Skate-AK  +   626d ago
Wow those are awesome. Some of them look real. The one with the lightning is cool. Havnt seen it in a game like that before.
Riderz1337  +   626d ago
Open-World games are going to be amazing next gen (graphically).
profgerbik  +   626d ago
They already are that amazing on PC but sure they will no doubt be just as amazing on Next Gen system that are capable of housing more computing power.

I mean no doubt that was all done on a PC anyway. To me I don't necessarily consider that "Next Gen" but my definition of next generation seems to be bit different than others.

I have seen this type of realism on PC's for maybe two years now so I can't define that as a step ahead into a new generation of gaming if you get my point, I define generations by completely new technology implemented into video games.

Example, like the first time we ever saw real physics used in games to me that defined a new generation of gaming ahead.
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BattleAxe  +   626d ago
Looks like the artist was influenced by the Canadian Rockies in British Columbia. I wish someone would come out with a game in this environment excluding RPGs like Skyrim.
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stone_cold  +   626d ago
is that means Crysis 3 is an open world game?
tachy0n  +   626d ago
no, it just shows what the cryengine is capable of.

more games should use this engine :)
delboy  +   626d ago
So far ce3 looks way better than ue4.
grailly  +   626d ago
is there more UE4 footage than the two videos they released?
delboy  +   626d ago
Sure, there's some pics of games made in ue4.
Google is your friend ;-)
grailly  +   626d ago
are you sure? I only can seem to find shots from the UE4 demo. I also found an article saying that the blacklight dev is using the UE4. That's about all I found. Are there even many games using UE4? on the wiki it says only fortnite was announced.
delboy  +   625d ago
Une4 isn't finished jet, unlike Ce3
Epic is way behind in development,they're late for party so for next gen we could see way more ce3 games then ue4.
As for pics, just on top of my head
http://images.tweaktown.com...

Google for more pics and info.
grailly  +   625d ago
did you try googling for yourself? there really aren't any other screenshots, I think...(except the ones pulled out of the demo)
there are 2 fortnite screenshots and that's all and by the way, they look really good.

I don't think a CE3 vs UE4 is fair for the moment.
dogdirt2000  +   624d ago
Grailly, you're right. There's not much of anything yet. I spent a lot of time looking up the Nvidia/Epic voxel-cone tracing GI method in UE4, so I'm pretty certain I didn't miss anything. I'd like to see more myself.

The only screenies out there are from the 'Elemental' demo, some early Fortnite 2 ones (not really demonstrative of anything but stylized graphics), and a few clips from a 'Game Informer' vid with Epic's Mark Rein showing how quick it is to prototype with Unreal 4's tool-chain. That's pretty much it.
Stoppokingme  +   626d ago
These pics would make great wallpapers.

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