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Chronojam: Yeah, you've seen some of the
fancy shaders and heard us talking about how cool
they are. But really? It will let us greatly
enhance how the game looks and feels, especially
for users with better video cards that support
Shaders 2.0. Don't worry, we'll have
some fallbacks for several effects to that older
cards can not miss out. We can potentially replace
a lot of the old effects with shaders-based
effects, including the underwater effect, a new
nuke flash, redo the water to make those old flat
planes have visible rolling waves with shiney
surfaces (all without much effort by the mapper),
and potentially even the fog effects for weather,
render distance, and that legendarily irritating
Allied Gap Generator technology.

Did we mention the bloom lighting? That's
what Saberhawk and Jonwil have been ironing some
bugs out of, which caused some delays. But
seriously it's WAY better to see the stuff
than just hear me try to describe how cool it
looks to see the light from the sun highlighting
the snowy clouds of North by Northwest.

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