E3 2012 | Unreal Engine 4: Elemental Demo

In what has to be a tech demo representation of the common phrase thrown around in Game of Thrones; ‘winter is coming’. Epic Games have released something that has everyone starting off cold but ends up making them hot.

Unlike the recent flurry of tech demos we’ve seen making their rounds after this year’s E3. Epic’s leaves me slightly unimpressed at all. I can see where they’ve improved upon the Unreal Engine 3 with better lightning and more particle effects, but it seems they missed the boat on actually capturing the people viewing the tech demo.

I still don’t believe they’ll have to worry about any licensing out of the Unreal Engine 4, but they seriously could’ve done a better job in showcasing it at the expo.

 

Unreal Engine 4 Elemental Demo

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