Forspoken (Project Athia) [PS5, PC]

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  1. zed

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    Actually just watched the video (didnt see it before) and theres some gameplay at the end, It does look very good. Better than the screenshots give the impression of
     
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    This looks good. I have my eye out for this.
     
  3. Nesh

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    FF15 is a previous gen game and doesnt look that far off from Forspoken in the images you posted :p
     
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    It actually looks better than that tech demo in areas. I'm pretty sure it's also taking on the witch/magic concept from Agni.

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    And yes it looks noticeably better than Horizon 1 to me, which in comparison had obvious lower poly/detail structures in the draw distance, and also had this weird lighting pop-in during the transition between day and night from the baked gi presets it was trying to blend between.

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  5. jayco

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    It has some The Longest Journey vibes and I really like that.
     
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