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Submitted by kevco33 151d ago | news

Revised Tuscany Demo Now Available

A new downloadable demo has been made available for Oculus Rift users today, as Firelight Technologies have issued a revised edition of the infamous Tuscany demo. Firelight Technologies and GenAudio recently announced a partnership to provide videogame developers seamless integration of the AstoundSound 3D RTI plugin for FMOD Studio, set to be commercially released in the near future, and this new version of the Tuscany demo is intended to be a showcase of the technology’s audio capabilities. (AstoundSound 3D RTI, Dev, Next-Gen, Oculus Rift, PC, PS4, Tech, Tuscany Demo, Xbox One)

tinynuggins  +   151d ago
why is this tagged under Xbox one?
elhebbo16  +   150d ago
and PS4 as well.
kevco33  +   150d ago
The AstoundSound 3D RTI plugin that this is promoting is cross-platform.
elhebbo16  +   150d ago
But this demo was made only for the oculus. no console what so ever should be tagged.

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