A bunch of developers from Obsidian decided it would be fun to recreate Mos Eisley using Unreal Engine 4, and the result is impressive to say the least. Despite the few hits the framerate takes even with our GTX 1080, Tatooine's most ionic town looks superb and incredibly realistic. Needless to say we were speechless when we saw how detailed the Milenium Falcon was. If this does not make you want to play a Star Wars game this gorgeoous, we don't know what will. If you want to try it yourself and get morte information on the project; follow the link. Update: Second video added.
Anybody help with this no power on PC problem before I start buying parts? :/ (48 minutes ago)
As shown/discussed in this slide: [url] (1 Hour ago)
Okay.. I'm 99% sure that's not single player or multiplayer but combined arms, the new co-op mode. They actually talk about it before showing the trailer, showing the squad and how it works etc. (1 Hour ago)
The guy who cut the trailer has been hard at work on the editing for weeks and has been vocally proud of what they were releasing. (1 Hour ago)
Of course EA has influence on DICE, but saying that trailer is "on EA" is just silly. (1 Hour ago)
It's unreal that people think that executives are actually like in design meetings and have direct control over these things. (1 Hour ago)
It's fantasy that EA aren't pulling the strings? OK, then. Unreal how anyone can be of a certain age and be so naive about these things. (1 Hour ago)