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    Haha come on guys.

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    I think crysis 3 was already approaching that level of facial detail in game.
    I wouldn't be surprised to see next gen games at least come close that and pc games surpass that.


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    That looked more scary than anything. Still very impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maltrophstitan View Post
    I think crysis 3 was already approaching that level of facial detail in game.
    I wouldn't be surprised to see next gen games at least come close that and pc games surpass that.
    I doubt we'l be seeing anything as good as that on PS4 or Nxt-Box as Eurogamer reported "Huang said rendering Ira took around 2 teraflops (2 trillion floating-point operations per second). Nvidia's Titan can handle 4.5 teraflops, but PS4 can only handle 1.84 teraflops"

    So unless we see a game based purely on a face i'ts going to be near impossible to get a game built and have faces like the video above.

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    they said its a tech demo so who even knows if it can be done in real time looks ok but the ears look funky

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