The Vatz unveiled
Canadian developer Beenox reveals its upcoming sci-fi action strategy game. Screenshots inside.
Quebec-based game developer Beenox has announced that it will demonstrate The Vatz, its upcoming action strategy game, at the 2002 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles next month. The game is set in a sci-fi universe, and it incorporates action, puzzle, strategy, and role-playing elements. Beenox developed a new 3D engine, Goliath, specifically for the game. The engine features an advanced physics system, real-time shadows and lighting, customizable visual effects, and level-of-detail rendering. It also supports animation interpolation, morphing, and blending, as well as a number of video-card-specific features and optimizations such as vertex and pixel shaders.
We've posted some screenshots in the gallery above that show off some of the characters, environments, and visual effects that will appear in the game. For more information about The Vatz, visit the game's official Web site.
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