Maybe they should focus on making their games they already have run a bit better first. There are many complaints about the game play in World of Tanks. The platoon aspect needs fixing so it is more fairly ranked.
>Evangelion on TV I see you're man of the culture, Thomas :)
give me some names. Who's doing great environment work with Unity these days? I'd be happy to interview anyone who's showing some cool stuff!
At Google I/O developer conference, Google’s head of VR Clay Bavor announced that the latest version of Android will be getting a VR mode. Google calls this step “Daydream”.
This step mainly concerns future VR ready smartphones. Google states that these devices will have to be ‘Daydream Ready’, which means displays as responsive and latency-free as possible, and optimising Android N to help apps run faster. Big companies like, Huawei, HTC and, Samsung are said to be already developing smartphones for Daydream.
There’s also a new controller described as “super flexible”. Daydream controller will feature some of buttons and motion input. No release dates or price details are given.
Daydream Home will feature the store for software. Users will find there games from developers like Climax Studios and Resolution Games, as well as Google’s own new content, including Google Play Movies. YouTube has also been recreated for this specific purpose.
What is more, Epic Games announced that Unreal Engine 4 supports Daydream!
We also continue to optimize and show our Bullet Train demo, which is known for its polished execution of motion control gameplay.
Natural input that is made for VR is hugely important in making you believe you really have been transported to another place, and nothing beats the immersive qualities of incorporating motion controls into a VR experience.
Below you can find a small-scope dungeon RPG built for Daydream in a couple of weeks using Unreal Engine 4 Blueprint visual scripting and simple fantasy-themed assets.
At Epic our mission is to give developers the very best tools for building immersive and visually impressive experiences with great performance on every platform we support. We have been creating VR experiences for many years now that not only push visual fidelity but what’s possible in terms of input, interaction, characters and gameplay mechanics
Every project we work on extends the capabilities of Unreal Engine, and we pass these improvements to developers on a daily basis. Today we’re proud to be part of this new chapter in VR history.
Daydream is set to be released this Fall
Source: Epic Games