Skywind, part of the Elder Scrolls Renewal project, aims to recreate Morrowind in Skyrim’s engine. It has been in development since 2012 and probably won’t be ready for a while. To help cope with that fact, I look at the team’s progress videos as mere instances of 3D Morrowind fan art. So let’s look at some fan art!
The Cerebro/Cerebra is a device used to locate mutants in the X-Men world. Its Unreal Engine 4 version probably does that, too, plus it looks amazing. A GIF really doesn’t do it justice.
It’s one thing to draw or paint a character you like, and another to model them in high definition—as Nimlot26's version of Éomer (his version of the Karl Urban version of Éomer) shows.
Mini nukes sure look a lot more high-tech on the inside.
The Emirates Stadium in Holloway, London was opened eight years ago. It's England's third largest stadium and home to the Arsenal Football Club. And now, it's also the subject of an awesome CryEngine map.
I don't think I have the brains to become a terraforming scientist, though. I'd just tag along and look out windows all day.
Provided, some of the games showcased here already are (or in the case of, for example, Skyrim, can be) in glorious HD. Still, it's a new perspective on something old and familiar, and that's always welcome.
I haven't seen an asian-style temple so beautiful since I played the Shadow Warrior reboot last year. The map was done in CryEngine3 by Minsk-based 3D artist Censored_ID, who recently shared his work at the Polycount forums after finishing the project in July. Check below for a video and some gorgeous screenshots.
Blizzard's ongoing improvements to World of Warcraft have now reached the Eredar with a new look for the Draenei.
Rocks are everywhere in video games. They sit by roads, roll around as debris, make up whole rooms, or even sometimes star in their own games—they're pretty important! So really, it's no wonder there's a whole, pages-long forum thread dedicated to crafting and sharing the prettiest 3D rocks.