Over the past few days, parts of the Internet have ridiculed the graphics of Insomniac Games Marvel's Spider-Man which considered a change in lighting and changes to some puddles of water as "downgrade" reasons.
That's pretty nonsense, of course. However, it does show that it is very easy to overreact to changes in games that are a normal part of a development process because of actual downgrades in the past.
During a panel At Pax West, BioWare introduced the screenshot at the bottom of the post, and lead producer Michael Gamble mentioned:
"In this screenshot, there's a lot to unpack – but most importantly, there's a puddle in it Floor right in the middle, before we continue, there is a 98% chance that the puddle will be altered, moved, reduced … "
The audience knew pretty well where it was going as" puddle "was mentioned because some started to laugh before the joke was even completed. You can see a clip of the joke below because it's hilarious, and the written form will not do it justice.
If you want to learn more about Anthem you can watch the brand new trailer and screenshots showed today, and a new video showing the dialogue system. You should also check out our preview of the EA Play build of the game. The game will be released on February 22, 201
If you are interested in Marvel's Spider-Man, y you should read my hands-on preview and my impressions of the ingenious swing mechanics. You can also enjoy the latest trailer with the photo mode. The game will be released exclusively for PS4 on September 7th. You can pre-order it on Amazon.
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