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Master could have been listening in :)

 

https://twitter.com/...543609524289536


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Master could have been listening in :)

 

https://twitter.com/...543609524289536

Oh! A new Hope!



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He says they fight very fast. Maybe this'll make them increase the combat speed to make it even more realistic!  :biggrin:


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In this  Hellblade developer diary about combat, you can find out just how hard motion capture for combat actually is. Unreal 4 is not Unity for sure, so what applies to Unreal does not necessarily translate to Unity. However, it should give you a glimpse into how hard motion in general is.

https://twitter.com/...91812353667072 

 

see :p



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In this  Hellblade developer diary about combat, you can find out just how hard motion capture for combat actually is. Unreal 4 is not Unity for sure, so what applies to Unreal does not necessarily translate to Unity. However, it should give you a glimpse into how hard motion in general is.

https://twitter.com/...91812353667072 
 
see :p

Lol




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