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Score
3.48 / 5.00

Date
01/21/2010
Category
3D Art
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1920 x 1200 px
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203.4 kb
Tags
subway
level
3d
unreal

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Author Comments

Future London: an Unreal Tournament 3 vCTF level

by

Jeroen Houttuin
Isaak Kraft van Ermel
Robin Nielsen
Mats Nijssen
Hendrik Weber
Lucas Weij

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This is the project we've worked on for the last ~5 months. The goal was to create a high quality, realtime 3D environment.
Later this evolved into a full blown multiplayer level for Unreal Tournament 3 and the result is this.

It was the first time for all of us and yet we pulled it off. We won't however release the map as it doesn't run well when playing a 32 player game.

Everything except the trees in the middle and the grass are custom.
1.3 million triangles in total.

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Programs used:

3DsMax 2009
ZBrush
Photoshop CS3
UVLayout
Unreal Tournament 3 Editor (including Kismet, Matinee & Cascade)
FRAPS

Reviews


CmdrDolon1CmdrDolon1

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Looks a lot like Phantasy Star Universe

Feel like this should be put in there somewhere



Sev4Sev4

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

I really like your 3D environments!
Espacially this one, it somehow reminds me of Wipeout ^^


RNNR responds:

It's the combined effort of six people though, I can't take credit for everything.

The subway was inspired by the Citadel from Mass Effect, the architecture by Calatrava and various concept art pieces by Stefan Morell.
I get the WipeOut vibe though, most probably because of the colours and patterns.

Thanks for the review, look for a video showcasing it all next monday :)