All This Beautiful Landscape Needs Is An Actual RPG To Play It With

Unigine are a busy little company. They make games, like 2012 RTS Oil Rush. They make PC benchmark tools. And they also make engines.


We're looking at a combination of the latter two here today, as this video takes us on a sweeping tour of an enormous, 64 square-kilometre wooded landscape that looks just perfect for, say, something like a big fantasy RPG.


What's cool is that, unlike more passive benchmarks, this acts as a demo for the engine itself, letting you either walk or fly around the environment in real-time.

You can grab a free version below.

Valley Benchmark [Uningine]

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Jake Steel

This video made me want to ask this question for people who have worked on 3D games before; The way the trees react to the rain, is that the fault of physics, or is it just an animation that plays once the rain starts?