Take A Look At Get Even, The First Game That Actually Looks Next-Gen
A few days ago we told you about some new fancy tech engine that had been developed for games and films, called Thorskan. The engine is able to recreate environments using lots and lots of photos, rendering an almost lifelike setting and photorealistic visuals. We also told you a game was currently being developed with this engine, and now we have our first look at it.
Get Even is a single-player/multiplayer hybrid shooter from developers The Farm 51, previously known for games such as Painkiller. The game revolves around the idea of memories and the linking of two worlds, but that’s all the developers have really given us at this point. Another interesting feature is the Dark Souls style of gameplay, where your world can be connected to another player’s one. In these situations, you might never know whether you’re fighting against normal aI, or another human player.
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But the real draw here is the visuals. Get Even is the most next-generation game we’ve seen yet, with small bits of the teaser trailer above showing off what this new engine can produce in real-time. The teaser features some in-game bits mixed with some live footage, and while it’s easy to tell the difference when the camera really zooms in, it’s pretty much indiscernible from a short to far distance. If photorealism is your thing in gaming, than Get Even has the potential to literally change your perception on what a game can look like.
Just don’t expect it to come out this year. Get Even is set for a 2015 release, on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.