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Fallout'a 3. Tactics'a children. They're allowed to do this because they're all run by the same company: Future Publishing. Most of the characters that we make for any of our games right now have the polygon count and texture maps to work in either a real-time or pre-rendered game.

It turned out that making the backgrounds was much more restricting than we initially thought and we were having huge problems with the speed of the areas due to the polygon counts, our methods of lighting, and the amount of texture maps that we wanted to use.

Even if this date seems extremly unlikely, it at least sugests that Interplay finaly have gott their asses moving! Heck, maybe it's all a rumor, but when the rumor comes from the biggst game-mag in Sweden, you start to wonder My friend's uncle works for Interplay in the distribution department, and he was told that the reason that Fallout and Fallout 2 were re-released is to start the market going again, as they're pushing for a Christmas date on Fallout 3.

He's also heard it's 3D although sticking with the same view angle, has real-time and traditional combat, and is set on the East coast. But these are all just rumors, of course. But we can hope. It is what we want to do. I will hopefully have more to say on this early in the new year - and this is not just to put you all off. I hope that we can start production on it within the next six months or so, and then get it out within a two-year time frame from that.

I don't want anyone to take that as a promise, because as I said, we are not currently working on it. Tyle nowych ciekawych rzeczy jest w necie Dicka i Rogera Zelaznego. We did start Fallout 3 in early , but things were not moving forward that quickly. Plus, we needed to get another project out relatively soon because of Interplay's financial situation. So, the Fallout 3 team became the Icewind Dale team. We had then hoped to start Fallout 3 after Icewind Dale was completed, however at that time both Chris Parker and I had to jump in and spend pretty much every waking moment on Baldur's Gate 2 until it shipped in late September of Since we were going to be very busy and not able to help a Fallout 3 get started, I decided to have the team work on the Heart of Winter expansion.

Since the team completed that in February of this year, they have been working on the miscellaneous projects - but have started thinking about Fallout 3. Plus, a lot of people have been transferred over to work on TORN to help that get done as quickly as possible.

In other words, we've had to make a lot of decisions to get projects out the door that have made it hard to get Fallout 3 moving forward. Trzymam kciuki za szybkie uniesienie szlabanu :-! DoPr ma szlaban na net We recently signed a new development contract with a major publisher that will be created in our Canberra studio. We are hard at work delivering our first milestone, I'm surprised to read that rumors have announced our demise. It has to be seen to be believed.

In conjunction with E3 we will be available for NDA covered demonstrations in our hotel suite. BigWorld Technology is alive and well, look forward to new announcements on this exciting technology in the near future. We are making good progress against our milestones and licensing has now begun in earnest. The BigWorld engine is a unique approach to massively multiplayer gaming that allows hundreds of thousands of people to play in the same world.

It does this by solving the difficult challenges of online gaming: low bandwidth, load balancing and managing level of detail. The BigWorld server architecture is based on modern distributed object patterns. It has been designed to be free of limitations and resolve problems demonstrated in all existing MMOG implementations. The system has been in development for over two years and the BigWorld engine is available for licensing. Further announcements about BigWorld and upcoming games that will be using the advanced technology will be made in the weeks to come.

Please inform us of any new reports of our demise, we want them for our scrapbook. M, if the camera effects and 3D look would be similar to what fallout 3 would use. He declined to give a direct answer, but said "Probably" The nice part is that the snot nosed journalist said "Fallout 3 won't be out for a LONG time anyways", Dave kinda started to say something, stopped and said "Not that long", That was the extent of that convo, but it looks to me that BIS is finally gearing up to admit that it is officially un-officially producing.

Also, BIS is hiring a 3D graphic artist for an upcoming un-named project. Jednak czas biegnie do przodu, a my razem z nim Na koniec PS: Liczba miejsc jest ograniczona! Czyli jeszcze raz: Fallout Tactics PL nie potrzebuje patcha!!! FAQ, Poradniki itp. Fallout 3: We will try not to keep you guys waiting too long. So you know, it's not like we haven't wanted to start making it - due to scheduling and getting other products done, we just haven't been able to focus on getting it going.

As for Fallout 3. You guys don't need to worry, it's going to be cool. It's not going to be the same game that the original Fallout's were, but I think that is a good thing. We've learned a lot about making games in the past few years, and we are going to apply that to the Fallout series. Is it going to be a little more faster paced in combat - of course, it has to be because we can't make a solely turn based game anymore.

But, we talk all the time about how to keep it from becoming a Diablo type game as well. That is not to say that we've started making Fallout 3, it's just something that we talk about a lot.

Well the tough thing is that at some point most games will have to go 3D. We are trying to make the jump now rather than later. It has not been easy, and we are still working to make TORN look as good as possible - the current screen shots are certainly not there yet. I'm hoping we can get it up to the standards of Icewind Dale, and each day it is getting closer.

If you are curious I can go into some more detail as to why almost everyone eventually has to go 3D. As for turn-based vs. I really enjoy turn-based games, but the unfortunate thing is that game making is a business. On average, a real-time game sells more than a turn-based game. Since we have to sell between K to K units now just to earn back what it takes to get a game on the shelf, we need to look at what features can get us there and what features might not.

And I do agree with you that real-time can make combat less strategic. However, we are really trying to come up with ways to combat that and keep combat interesting. I totally agree that the screenshots of TORN are not there yet, and the guys have been working the last month straight to get them looking better.

I can totally see how a lot of you feel that Fallout just won't be Fallout without a turn-based mode. It's a very hard call. I guess I feel that if we can keep the mood, look, quests, open-ended nature, and the complex character development of Fallout, then having real-time pausable combat will not make it an un-Fallout game.

I could be totally wrong and it just won't work. However, it's something we have to try so that we get to make a next Fallout game. Nie wiem I guess how I look at the real-time vs. However, I really don't think that the real-time of the Infinity Engine was a total action game. I know there are a whole lot of Diablo players that won't touch the Infinity Engine games because they think combat is too slow and not "actiony".

What was it that you guys did not like about the BG system of combat? The reason we turned away from the Fallout engine in part was not just due to the engine itself, but also how the game was made. A big part of a game's success is the usability of the tools. For their day the Fallout tools, and I'm mostly talking about Mapper, were awesome Jesse Reynolds did a good deal of the coding for it. However, they were really the first generation of game tools.

The problem is that since then we are dealing with more data, larger teams, and translating the game for the whole world - the tools need to be much better and they need to integrate seemlessly with a backend database to keep track of everything. As an example, in Fallout the dialog had to be coded into the scripts for each character. It had to be translated by hand from a text file into code.

For TORN, we have a dialog editor that works directly with MicroSoft Word to have a spell checked dialog imported directly into the game. What this gives us is far more efficient designers. So, we can in essence make bigger games with the same number of designers. Or at least that is the hope. If we had tried to keep on retrofitting the Fallout engine to support new tools and technologies it would have become a coding Vietnam.

Code bases only last for so long, because people remember less and less about how things work in the engine and the engine becomes more and more like magic. People are afraid to touch it, and we can change it less and less.

I guess lastly, my hope is that we create a true Fallout game. If there is anyone outside of Chris Taylor who understand the Fallout universe it is him. He certainly isn't going to let us make an unFallout game. I was just reading a fifty page document today about the Fallout world timeline, and his thoughts on keeping the world continuum going.

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Fallout'a 3. Tactics'a children. They're allowed to do this because they're all run by the same company: Future Publishing. Most of the characters that we make for any of our games right now have the polygon count and texture maps to work in either a real-time or pre-rendered game.



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