Bungie’s Destiny is most definitely one of the games with the best skies in the industry, especially thanks to its beautiful clouds and today a video shows exactly that.
Well that was pretty damn cool.
I wanna learn how to do Timelapse.
Timelapse is just a normal video speed up by 2 or more times. So think fast forward a movie, that is timelapse. The trick is to record something that moves very slowly so when you speed the time up it appears to be moving at normal or 2 times normal speed.
Best skies in gaming? RAGE says Hi. Skyrim says Hi. I'm sorry, I really, genuinely enjoyed the beta, but the sky during the loading screen when the voiceover kicks in and your ship is flying is just terrible.
Exactly. Those clouds look like complete garbage compared to these for example: http://youtu.be/aCIDwlGhs1c and here: http://youtu.be/2X7BeM-TAms
>skyrim >good-looking anything heh
Anyone thought of paranormal activity? lol
amazing skies in 2D lol
Those clouds so remind me of n64 games with the layered 2d painted clouds moving different speeds and directions.
I dont recall beign blown away by the skies... Weird. As someone mentioned above, for all its faults, RAGE did have some pretty skies.
Yeah, I played the beta on my xbox one And thb I can t agree with this statement. I enjoyed playing the beta but the skies was not the best I saw in a game. Fortunately I had a lot of stuff to do better than camping to look at the skies. September is the begining for great games. Destiny will be the first, ssod And fh2 will follow. Please stop titles like "5 ways".... Rarely a good idea
I think DriveClub will have the best skies in gaming thanks to Nasa's help.
It's not quite apparent in this video, but in the beta, at certain times of the day or night, the skies are very beautiful, so much so that I sometimes just stopped to take some screenshots. I've used the screenshot feature on ps4 more in the Destiny Alpha and Beta than I have for any other game. It is a sight to behold when you find the right view.
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