Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Stone Gargoyle, Sep 23, 2015.
Looks like a sequel has been outed accidentally
Nice. Still havent finished the last one but it's really good fun, esp sneaking up on guards and knifing. >D
Yay. The first game was good, the Expansion not so good.
Meh, im waiting for Doom.
Good? The New Order was epic. The best shooter of the decade IMHO
IMO the expansion boasted much much better level design. Thanks to not being on the old potatoes the devs went full out. The first 2 hours weren't good, but it picked up pretty nicely after that.
This would be fantastic news if it turns out to be true.
Loved The New Order, been hoping for a sequel announcement since the minute I saw the credits start.
I love the new order and the old blood two of the best shooters of late and there arent many these I believe. more of the same great news.
i don't think it would be called new order 2.
As they said they would redo Return of Wolfenstein Castle thingy...
Having finally managed to finish TNO recently and absolutely loving it, bring it on. Proper old school shooter with modern twists.
That is literally old blood. You infiltrate the castle at the start
Oh right my bad however,
Before releasing Old Blood, Bethesda said it would make 2 stand alone games
One was Return to the Castle so that would count as Old Blood.
And it said Old Blood is 2 parts so I doubt it will be new The New Order 2.
Also don't think it will be called Old Blood 2, im sure they will come with a nice title again
Needs a new engine, as ID Tech 5 is one, if not the worst, modern engine ever.
They need to sort out the texture pop in, the low res textures, the locked 60fps, no change is refresh rate also, and they need to support multi-GPU's!
UE 4 would be the best fit for this game IMO.
Don't forget the download sizes. The dlc was massive for what it was. Another quirk I experienced in both the games was when my second screen was switched on and displaying the desktop, the fps would fluctuate. Very weird.
Indeed. Out of that 39GB installation folder 34GB ware textures. Its silly becouse low ress textures and texture-popin was everywhere.
maybe on your pc, but on mine i didn't have any issue's on this beautiful game.
If anything, they'll use idTech6.
And, idTech5 was not a "modern" engine. Carmack said a lot that the engine was never supposed to go beyond the 360/PS3 era... as he coded it specifically for that generation/those platforms.
But, if MachineGames are making a new Wolf, the strong bet is on them using the newest version of idTech.
As, all Bethesda/ZeniMax owned studios get to use the engine for free. It's why Tango Gameworks used it for The Evil Within.
They probably left the textures with low compression for 'better quality'. Of course, you could take the crappiest picture in the world on a camera, but leaving it uncompressed won't change the fact that it still looks like crap.
Hopefully, it will be full OpenGL, and not OpenGL in a Direct X wrapper like The Evil Within.