Started by the-pi-guy, Mar 27, 2015, 08:29 PM
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It will also feature day/night cycle, rain, and combat.Revolutionary
It will also feature day/night cycle, rain, and combat.Next you'll tell me it reacts to user input in real time.
Next you'll tell me it reacts to user input in real time.Pffft, I don't think that's even possible. It takes seconds to get the input, several more to render the scene, and several more to put it back on the screen.
Pffft, I don't think that's even possible. It takes seconds to get the input, several more to render the scene, and several more to put it back on the screen.Render? What you mean? It took the equivalent of 15 years to render avatar. And that's a movie that came out in 2009. Currently graphics take a lot more to render. Decade's
[/size]QuoteThough Naughty Dog is taking a bit of a break after the release of The Last of Us Part II, the studio still aims to bring in new hires in the near future. Specifically, the company is recruiting for a Level/Environment Designer, Melee/Gameplay Animator, a Tools Programmer, and quite a few other positions. Most are for the development of "narrative-driven content" and "next-generation graphics analysis."
GamesRadar spotted the listings on the 'Careers' page of Naughty Dog's official website. The heading for the Level/Environment Designer specifically makes mention of "Single Player." A Melee/Gameplay Animator posting notes Naughty Dog wants animators capable of aiding in the creation of "compelling gameplay for our future project(s)." Whomever fills the Tools Programmer vacancy will work with the ICE Team, one of PlayStation Studios' "central technology groups." Click to expand... Click to shrink...
That's amazing. Their new studio looks sweet.It's not along a canal anymore though