So still no game?
Isnt the game engine going to be obsolete by then to even handle where technology is headed?That's pretty much what I ask Lysrin everytime I pop into this thread. Which is 8 Years old...I've seen development cycles, but by the time this is actually something (if it ever is), we'll all be gaming at 12k on Quad screens with phase change cooled GPU's.
Isnt the game engine going to be obsolete by then to even handle where technology is headed?
Like, Unreal is (arguably) the most famous game engine, and since 1998 they've released FIVE distinct engines. Thats averaging one every ~5 years.
Certainly a question we'll continue to ask for a while yet it seems I'd say there is a game there at this point. You can definitely spend lots of hours doing lots of things and much of it is persistent even. However there will still be wipes for major releases so obviously that alpha/beta model doesn't work for everyone.So still no game?