Assassin’s Creed, Fallout 4 and Bioshock as isometric games
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Assassin's Creed, Fallout 4 and Bioshock as isometric games
2 September, 2015
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Chris Bischoff is one of the members of THE BROTHERHOOD, a development duo behind the hot new adventure horror game Stasis. In his spare time, when he’s not developing games, Chris likes to experiment with isometric perspective. Being a very talented artist he crafted a lot of mock-ups, showing modern AAA-games as Interplay-inspired isometric titles.

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Stasis

Here’s what Fallout 4 would look like, if Bethesda haven’t used it’s 3D engine to built the game. Fallout 3 was actually conceived as an isometric title Project Van Burren by Interplay, but later the whole project was scrapped.

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Fallout 4 in isometric perspective

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Fallout 4 in isometric perspective

This is Chris Bischoff’s version of Bioshock.

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This is Bioshock Infinite.

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Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag looks stunning as an isometric RPG.

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Stasis is actually already available for purchase over Steam. We’ve already contacted the Bischoff brothers and will be publishing the interview with the devs shortly.

Source: eurogamer.net

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