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Submitted by Jackhass 453d ago | opinion piece

6 Things Next-Gen Open World Games Absolutely Have To Do

Developers need to use the new processing power at their fingertips to make changes that fundementally improve the way open world games play. (Destiny, Industry, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, PC, PS4, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Thief, Tom Clancy’s The Division, Watch Dogs, Xbox One)

HalfBeard  +   453d ago
Cool piece, definitely agree with the bit about load times.
stanr  +   453d ago
Agreed, its time for Open worlds to hold nothing back
DarkSymbiote  +   453d ago
A decent read. The first page was poor but I do like that the writer mentioned navigational tools and environments.
thezeldadoth  +   450d ago
sadly, shemue 2 did a lot of these. so many buildings you could go into room for room, getting around you had to ask people where

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