Video documentary goes in-depth on CryEngine 3′s technical capabilities

CryEngine 3

By on January 29, 2013 at 4:24 pm

If you’ve got a spare 25 minutes you’re desperately looking to fill, worry no longer: Crytek have released an extensive video documentary showing off the technical capabilities of the CryEngine 3, delivered by senior field applications engineer Sean Tracy. In the video, Tracy demonstrates features such as liquid reflections, volume fog, lighting behaviour, pixel-accurate displacement mapping and others, all in real-time with the inbuilt level-editing software. Take a look below, or maybe take a look for yourself in the upcoming Crysis 3 open beta (starting some time tonight?)

Source: VG247

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Sorry I fell asleep

 

Funny, I literally did fall asleep. I just assumed it was a hard day at work, but I had to stop it half-way through.

 

Can really appreciate the graphics when watching a camera recording of a projection.

 
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