Deformable terrain. For a while there, it seemed like you couldn't click a link on the entire WorldWide Web without seeing a reference to it in games. It got a little tiresome, didn't it? That may be, but LucasArts is looking to raise the bar.
For proof, you need look no further than this latest video for its upcoming shooter, Fracture
. Below are details of the myriad ways in which you can make the landscape bump and grind to your advantage.Fracture
is nearly upon us now. The latest official release schedule from Activision (which will distribute the game on behalf of LucasArts over here) states that the game will be out in October, with several UK retailers displaying a date of October 10th.
For more on Fracture
, see SPOnG's dedicated game page