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Re: Which of Battlefield 4's technical advances was hardest

Postby Metalrodent » 25 Oct 2013, 13:10

I reckon they pumped millions into that dog punch animation, and if slowed down the audio is the entire team shouting trololol
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Re: Which of Battlefield 4's technical advances was hardest

Postby mackered » 25 Oct 2013, 19:23

Metalrodent wrote:I reckon they pumped millions into that dog punch animation, and if slowed down the audio is the entire team shouting trololol


Surely you have to play it backwards tho like old Beatles records?

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Re: Which of Battlefield 4's technical advances was hardest

Postby J288gto » 26 Oct 2013, 11:07

Surely getting rid of the blue tint was a nightmare?

I do like being able to look at my character in the water though - expect to see players wandering round each map staring endlessly at amazing new graphics... Wow look at that, Wow dude I can see myself in the ocean... :)
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