TITLE - Project Tactical Emergency (NOT FINAL RELEASE NAME). GENRE - Stealth espionage third person action game. RELEASE - TBA SPECS - 1080p 60hz 60fps amd 650 1gb or Radeon R9 280 3gb
You play as (NO NAME YET) a covert soldier just coming to the peak of his career.
The game is set in different locations, New York, Middle East, Antarctica.
Complete objectives in multiple ways, vents, ladders, pipes, hack computers
The story of the game im working on, but any ideas feel free and if i like them you will be given credit or perhaps given co writer to the game. The feel of the game im going for is a Metal gear 1/Splinter cell
/rouge spear type game.
Take a look at a video below of how the game is coming along and yes i am still in PREALPHA stage.
Looks like a cool start didn’t expect that cool ninja like movement at 0:38,only thing is that you might want to allow the player to jump even more higher since it makes it more realistic(looks like the enemy is easily able to see him with the current jump)
From what I see the game can be played in multiple ways :
Players are able to perform various types of agile skills like that wall running to get past enemies or traps set in the levels,be able to take enemies as hostages or use them as shields to protect yourself.
Another one is :
Being able to shoot lights or be able to disable lights with a remote ,this gives the option to the player to shoot and break the light which will cause the enemy to stay on alert (but they wont be able to see you ) .
Your mask will allow you to see in the dark when wearing it.
Being able to use the environment as weapons:
This means that you are able to hit or bang on doors ,this will send a sound radius ,in which if any near by enemy hears the sound will go into alert mode ,which will cause the enemy to move towards the noise,this allows the players to hide and sneak or attack the enemy from the side or behind.
Do you plan to only have weapons or also hand combat ?
Apart from that it looks pretty great, gook luck
Thank you for pointing that out, i have now made the splits higher. Yes thats what im going to be working on soon
is grabbing a NPC, i think the way i can do it is make new state once i have collided behind enemy and press E.
Once grabbing and set state the NPC will parent to mt character allowing complete movement of him.
I will need a alarm system. Well a alert system, but i have no idea where to start however it will be needed
Thanks for kind words and i will keep you guys posted. Yes most of them are keyframed and i use a lot of reference from
mocap. Here is a new video, i`m currently working on grab NPC as hostage.
BPR i will send you the character file.
I know he is visible but will darken the area more and turn light off.
Hey, good work! so far as that wall jump goes, you’ve come a long way, but you’re not there yet. maybe if he pressed his back to the ceiling he could get high enough where it doesn’t seem like the guard is going to whack his head. (that would be awkward). I’m probably not describing how he should be correctly, so i drew a reallly quick pic:
Looks good, but currently such unoptimised. So high shadow resolution, so high-res textures. But about textures - you adapt their scale to desired as last thing. Because you should create max quality first, than you can either scale them down or generate a duplicate and create graphic settings.
This game looks good! There’s not very easy to create a great edge climbing system, but it seems like you’re on the right track. Reminds me a lot of Splinter Cell.
I wouldn’t say it’s necessary bad optimized just because there’s high-res shadows and textures. There’s so many ways to optimize a game without having to make the graphic suffer such as occlude, optimize the dynamics by choosing “No collision” or “Box” instead of the mesh that the game calculates by default. If your doing a game where you think the shadows matters a lot (for example a stealth game), I would say that keep them at the resolution you aim to have in the game at start, than you can see that other things you could be optimizing.
And as a note ChaosEmergency stated earlier that this game runs at 60 fps at his computer. I think it’s important that we keep pushing the engine instead of letting it push us down.