Unreal 3 Demo Footage Leaked

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Mar 4, 2011

Unreal 3 Demo Footage Leaked by Nujui at 8:12 PM (1,959 Views / 0 Likes) 17 replies

  1. Nujui
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    Some of Unreal 3 demo has been leaked from GDC. You can see the video below.

    [youtube]n3XeCHywNYM[/youtube]

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    I think it looks cool.
     
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    *jizz in pants*

    Ive always loved the Unreal engine
    This one looks AWESOME

    I hope they finally make Unreal 3 and a new UT thats as good as UT99
     
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    That looked tasty. Really tasty.
     
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    Wow, looks like a quality engine, cant wait to be playing games with those visual effects!
     
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    Looks nice, but I don't see any game-play "processing" being done in that video. Expect a drop in what the game engine is outputting when that is added in.
     
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    To be honest, I'm really am not that impressed. The whole thing was way too dark even though there was al ot of light sources. When they showed the robot crab thing from the alley point of view, you clearly see that it has a bright ass light, yet it only illuminates a few feet in front and around it.

    That kind of light easily could have illuminated the whole block.
    Personally Crytek engine 3 beats it. Now if you can mix Crytek 3's visuals with frostbite 2's destructibility then we have pure gold.

    Also I hate how every single character in any game made with unreal engine 3 has unrealistically huge bodied characters. Gears I'm lookng at you.
     
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    Too bad its true potential will only be realized by a few developers
     
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    Yeah because a new engine can help the gameplay of a game [​IMG]
    Graphics or destructibility don't help the gameplay at all.
     
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    Well thats nice even though II never played Unreal before
     
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    The Unreal engine is one of the most used engines around I think compared to a lot of other ones so youve most likely played an Unreal engine based game
     
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    ermmmm isnt the new engine unreal 4 just sayin since unreal 3 is the current engine
     
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    Unreal 3 the game, not unreal engine 3 would be my guess.

    It's probably that UE3.5 that they used for Bulletstorm.

    edit: either that or they're showing off the UE4 engine which they weren't even apparently planning to use for another few years anyway.
     
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    Didn't know Mirror's Edge, Borderlands, and Arkham Asylum characters were huge...
     
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    I know that! [​IMG]

    But new engine means new games, new games mean possible new UT, new UT means they can create the old gameplay with new graphics [​IMG]
     
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    Man, I can't wait till this new tech is included in the UDK - I'm gonna have to start playing around with it.

     
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    Reminds me of the GrimE engine.
     
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    Yea its a default setting in the engine

    All characters are HUGE
    Its not like the designers have a choice in the matter...
     

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