So there haven't really been any news posts for a while, and now is the perfect time to post some news.
First of all: x64 is finished. I played Radium from beginning to end with only minor bugs, so that is no longer holding us back :)
Also, please welcome Linda to the team (username on here is Methelina).
She is a professional Visual FX supervisor, 3D artist, and game designer that has worked on games such as Life is Feudal and Crysis 2.
Here Linkedin is here: Linkedin.com
She is now overseeing the graphics in Radium and will be helping me out with implementing a full PBR pipeline (all I did was PBR light before, and I screwed it up bad) along with a host of other features.
Needless to say she is a valuable asset to the team and we're glad she has joined.
There will be a video demonstration in the coming weeks showing certain graphical elements of Radium off.
Great news, dude. :D
This is going to be better than CoC engine wise
You can be sure about graphics, but x64 does actually start to appear in different engine builds all over the place. It's only a matter of time when CoC will get it's own implementation.
By the way, gratz to the team! Your work is simply amazing.
Yep. CoC + Radium engine = STALKER bliss
oh man cant wait. Been following this mod for a long while now and am glad to see how its turning out.
But can x64 support all maps at once?
Just imagine all the textures, models and other addons that now can be used in STALKER. CoC has limitations here - too big textures and mods will make the game crash. Now we can go even further. As far as Radium, I'm VERY excited for playing CoP yet again. Still, the future IMO is for merging the Radium engine and technical advances with CoC, and serve as a basis for new story-based mods.
The Texture are awesome!
I keep saying it, Radium is a candy mod which I'd eat all day long :D
Once again, welcome to our humble vessel Linda :)
This mod is truly becoming professional :)
Very nice, good to see things are going smooth for 2018.
And a profissional help with PBR, thats great.
Great news indeed !
best news i've heard this year yet