Neoseeker : News : First Unreal Engine 4 screenshots, expect a public demo at E3
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James Crook May 17, 12
Hot bloody damn it looks fantastic!
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DedValve May 17, 12
As we speak publishers are crapping their pants at the astronomical costs of development.
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ashantiqua May 17, 12
aside from boatloads of particles, i dont really see anything new or fancy that a fully updated unreal engine 3 doesnt do.

it does look great however... but the good samaritan tech demo was more impressive looking to me.

lets see the engine running on a tri-sli gtx 680 rig; show what the engine can do with performance a single card will have in a few years, presumably when ue4 games will come out.
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THM May 17, 12
So, it means Unreal Tournament 4 will come out soon?
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lKasHl May 17, 12
quote Ded Valve
As we speak publishers are crapping their pants at the astronomical costs of development.
How'd you conclude that COD's are going to rise? Better quality doesn't necessarily mean > COD, this was demonstrated through the refinements to UE3.


quote ashantiqua
aside from boatloads of particles, i dont really see anything new or fancy that a fully updated unreal engine 3 doesnt do.

it does look great however... but the good samaritan tech demo was more impressive looking to me.

lets see the engine running on a tri-sli gtx 680 rig; show what the engine can do with performance a single card will have in a few years, presumably when ue4 games will come out.
Unreal Engine can probably do everything that UE4 can, just that the features will presumably be more easily accessible since they were implemented from day 1 and there will be native next gen console support.
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DedValve May 17, 12
quote lKasHl
quote Ded Valve
As we speak publishers are crapping their pants at the astronomical costs of development.
How'd you conclude that COD's are going to rise? Better quality doesn't necessarily mean > COD, this was demonstrated through the refinements to UE3.

Wait...what are you talking about and how is it relevant to my post?
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Wakaman May 17, 12
COD=cost of development
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ashantiqua May 17, 12
Hopefully ue4 doesnt follow the odd and turbulent early development cycle ue3 did. All ue3 based games looked / felt the same for what felt like the entire first half of this generation.

Gotta love new tech though, and like the article said, we're likely to see much more of what the engine can really do. Show me show me show me
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tekmosis May 17, 12
That looks awesome sauce. I can't wait to see what games utilize this.
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giroro May 18, 12
They're pretty much the defacto that a lot of studios use (engine wise). It'd be nice to see some video footage though, should be some at E3.
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Wolfwood May 18, 12
Sounds like this is Epic's way of nudging Sony and MS to beef up whatever specs their next-gen consoles might have!
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DedValve May 18, 12
quote Wakaman
COD=cost of development
Ahh, I mistook that for Call of Duty XD
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AngelFNV May 18, 12
So this is whats all the commotion about. Hmm looking good so far, how is it better the n Unreal 3 engine? And is it going to make me all hot and heavy over it lol?
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James Crook May 18, 12
quote AngelFNV
So this is whats all the commotion about. Hmm looking good so far, how is it better the n Unreal 3 engine? And is it going to make me all hot and heavy over it lol?
I heard it's well optimized.
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