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Submitted by john2 451d ago | screenshot

Arma 3 Achieves Photorealism - New Screenshot Blends The Boundaries Between Virtual & Real Worlds

DSOGaming writes: "Bohemia has managed to blend the boundaries between virtual and real worlds. I mean, look at the sky, look at the colors, look at the textures. Everything is spot on and thanks to this specific camera angle, Bohemia has managed to avoid displaying the distant blurry ‘N64′ textures. In short; this is perhaps the most photorealistic shot of Arma 3 – and of any other FPS title tot date – we’ve ever seen." (ArmA 3, PC)

Mr Tretton  +   451d ago
Looks great, but, photorealism? Photo realistic would mean I couldn't tell difference between it and reality.

Remember when people called COD4 photo realistic? lol. Hype label.

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