Great news for all Nvidia card owners as a new Brigade 2 Tech Demo is now available for download. According to the team behind it, this demo is the Game Release Party version of the student game ‘It’s About Time’ and is playable on NVidia hardware only.
This tech demo is said to use all your GPUs if you have more than one installed, meaning that it does support SLI. A single high-end GPU should run the game quite well; more GPUs will reduce the noise.
In other news, Hayssam Keilany has released two new screenshots from the Brigade 2 Engine that can be viewed below. As always, Brigade 2 looks phenomenal on screens but the noise side-effect (while running the game) might put some of you off.
Keilany has informed us about the state of Brigade 2’s engine, and that this demo is from an old build. Still, the demo was released to the public a couple of days ago (October 1st to be more precise) and we bet that most of you will be interested in seeing it in action. You can also try Reflect, a Portal-clone that was based on an old build of the Brigade 2 Engine. In other words, think of it as a beta. As said, this demo is from a game and was released from the team developing it and not from the Brigade 2 team. And since this is from an old build, you can be sure that things will get even better. According to Keilany, the team behind Brigade 2 has managed to minimize the noise issues in the latest build and will release a video to showcase it. And we can’t bloody wait for it!
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