After the surprise inclusion of a Beyond Good & Evil 2 trailer in Ubisoft's E3 presser, gamers were hoping to hear about the game. While the upcoming Beyond Good and Evil 2 is now in development, the title's creative director uses the in-engine game footage to show off concepts and ideas for how the game will play. It seems that he and I have different definitions of what "day zero" means, as today, he showed off the game's very first in-engine tech demo on YouTube. Ubisoft indirectly responded to that criticism today by releasing guided footage of Beyond Good and Evil 2, rendered in-engine.More news: Drake Bell Is Shirtless, Ripped, & Hotter Than Ever for 'Flaunt'
Most impressive is the scale of the game. I think you will notice one of the game's fanbase sitting in front of the display.
In the video Ancel goes through the "nesting doll" idea of a crew within a spaceship, within another spaceship, the flying mechanics for spaceships (including drifting) and a seamless planet-to-space flight.More news: Brazil leader defiant in face of possible charges
We are then introduced to the truly massive world Beyond Good and Evil 2 takes place in, which could even give No Man's Sky a run for its money. Think the game looks good? Unfortunately, it isn't yet clear how far you will be able to zoom in or out when the game is actually released.
'That was one of the big features we wanted to make sure we had before showing the game to the public, to everybody, ' says Ancel.More news: YouTube Celebrates 1.5 Billion Monthly Users, Announces Updates (GOOGL)