After IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey, 505 Games are back with a new title, Birds of Steel. As you can imagine if you are familiar with their previous game, flying WW2 planes require some getting used to, especially if you choose to play in full simulation mode. Sure, there are other modes to choose from, depending on the level of flying assist you want to use. This new game is without a doubt aimed at hard core fans, but it is definitely worth checking out if the Ace Combt series isn't realistic enough to your liking. Here are a bunch of videos we captured from the Xbox 360 version.
@Melmoth: Just read up on it. Itls developped by a member of Crytek while still working for Crytek and is based of the CryEngine, but it is proprietary to Ubisoft. How that works in terms of royalties (1 Hour ago)
@Melmoth: Is the Dunia Engine Crytek property? I don't think so (1 Hour ago)
I mean they can keep upgrading it but why bother when they have more capable engines already. (13 Hours ago)
I just think it shows its age in a lot of ways in FC5 and they have better tech so they should use it. (13 Hours ago)
if they still pay royalties to crytech when using it they probably should (14 Hours ago)
Although I think it's kinda time to retire Dunia. (14 Hours ago)
@HR2: a lot of studios used modified UE3, games like Arkham Knight, XCom2, both being very problematic on pc. Interesting to see what those studios will do for their next games. (14 Hours ago)