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    Default Treyarch: Battlefield 3 engine is 'visually stunning'

    Treyarch community manager Josh Olin has said that the Frostbite 2 engine powering Battlefield 3 looks "really beautiful".

    Speaking to HipHopGamerShow, the Call of Duty: Black Ops man said: "It was a visually stunning engine. I think it was the Fault Line trailer they released, it had some awesome Direct X11 effects going on. I know it was running on PC, so I'm really looking forward to seeing it on Xbox 360 and PS3."


    Asked whether Activision's Call of Duty studio's need to up the ante visually, Olin said: "Irrespective of what anybody else does, we always need to be elevating that quality bar.

    "The Call of Duty engine's very lightweight, versatile and... it's something that our team's just really experienced with, both teams are. The engine's really good, it's a very powerful engine, and we can layer in and update things if we want to, like in World at War when we really blew out the fire technology."
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    There will be no "elevating" of the Call of Duty engine. They don't want to, they don't need to. They'll just milk it for as long as they can until they end the series or nobody buys it anymore. Simple as that. Contrary to their spin, it is NOT a powerful engine. A few new visual tweaks, yes, and they fake destructibility by triggers and exploding models that are pre-designed. It's an OLD engine. I know, I've mapped for it.

    CoD has really gone downhill.

    And yes, the Frostbite 2 engine is stunning. Good on DICE.

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