Yeah I know dazzling isent a AAA software, it was just the only movie rendering software I could think of that most people would know the name of without having to explain, the industry ones are pretty obscure to layman because most of them are in housearch proprietary ones.
I didnt know that they had added cinematic rendering to UE4, looks good. Although looking through some of the more recent games released I'm still seeing most of them use the tag line "not in game footage" and listing proprietary cinematic engine in theIreland credits. Doesn't mean they don't use it though, juSt means I might not be looking at the right games.
As to graphics, yes UE4 is light years aheaday, but what I was saying wasn't that they weren't, I was saying that the graphics shown in the video for that game weren't, or at least from that video don't appear to be.
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