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Unreal Engine 4 – Elemental demo PS4 screenshots

GE: "Epic Games has released a new batch of screenshots from its Unreal Engine 4 Elemental demo following its appearance at the PlayStation Meeting tonight." (PS4, Unreal Engine 4)

UltraVegito  +   864d ago
God we get games like killzone shadow fall,elemental,and deep down right out the gate.
But the amazing yet scary thing is ND and SSM haven't even taken the stage.
And this is available at launch...imagine what games could look like a few years from now o-o
starchild  +   864d ago
Yep, exciting times. Sony seems to be building a fantastic console.
Sarcasm  +   864d ago
This generation is already an exciting and different one for Sony. Looks like they are re-invigorating the industry once again and have started to amend some of their ties with developers.

Epic Games, Bungie, Square Enix, Capcom, Activision all pledging their support for the PS4.

I mean come on, Unreal Engine 4 actually looks frackin' amazing, even though people started getting tired of UE3.
jmc8888  +   864d ago
Well at least they created their system that resolves two of the biggest problems they had this generation.

Comparable ram
X86 CPU so devs don't need to learn something completely new.
ChrisW  +   864d ago
You can create screenshots like that with PS2 hardware... It just takes more time to process.

I won't be getting overly excited until they release real-time videos and playable demos.

[EDIT]
Before I get a billion more disagrees... I haven't seen the demos... yet.

Thanks SonyNGP for the FYI
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SonyNGP  +   864d ago
They did show off a real-time demo a few hours ago.
pulsuhundur  +   864d ago
This was running in real-time.
jmc8888  +   864d ago
On PC hardware.
Qrphe  +   864d ago
So next-gen consoles CAN run stuff like the Elemental Demo and Agni's Philosophy real-time after all? Skeptics were wrong.

Well to be fair, SE's demo had only been camera recorded and Epic's demo has bad screenshots.
RyuCloudStrife  +   864d ago
Also as this was playing the guy said it was running on prototype hardware.

http://www.youtube.com/watc... 26:55
jmc8888  +   864d ago
Didn't say PS4 prototype hardware.

It is a PC made engine.

When you look around, most of the games are multiplatform that will have versions on PC's, and if new, come from devs known to support PC, like Capcom.

What we saw was PC footage of what the PS4 is supposedly capable of doing.

Do I think it's possible it'll be comparable +/- 10 percent? Sure. But I also want to know what were the specs of the PC running the demos?

Remember people Watch Dogs was shown last year running off 3x GTX 580's. The PS4 has the raw power of a single GTX 580 if slightly overclocked.

Thus what did we really see?

Still a pre-order day 1 for me, but people are assuming way too much.

We simply don't know what we saw.
jalen247  +   864d ago
Looks great
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