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LSValmont posted a topic in OFFTOPIC - Games & GamingI know everyone is comparing Arma 3's Real Virtuality 4 engine performance to that of DayZ's Enfusion Engine but that is NOT a fair comparison by any means because: - Arma 3 has a far more complex Ai Ecosystem than the barebones Ai framework that DayZ currently has. - Arma 3 has far more assets and objects to support all its diverse maps, factions and ecosystems. - DayZ has a far more complex Lightning system. - DayZ has a fairly different Server-Client infrastructure. Clients feel smoother in DayZ just because much of the load is handled by the Server while on Arma 3 the Server and Client load (when hosting) is handled under the same system/core. The weird thing is that on players only Arma 3 servers (no Ai) such as the ones on most Life Servers I get the basically the same very high FPS I get on similarly sized DayZ servers (amount of players) which leads me to believe that under similar conditions (No Ai) both Engines run at about the same FPS even thou Enfusion uses more cores but in the end how players measure performance is by their FPS and not the resource utilization, and also it makes no sense to optimize the engine to use more cores but get no FPS improvements in the process. So my question is: Where are the real performance improvements of the long Enfusion engine development cycle if under similar conditions it performs exactly or perhaps only slightly better than the old one?
Hey guys, i kinda wonder whether there's any official info concerning the new enfusion engine in the works right now and whether this engine will generally be able to support ported maps, assets and missions from arma 3. I am 2000 hours in and i feel like i have a couple more thousand hours left before ''maybe'' getting close to being done with arma 3. I really like the setting, the maps and assets and stuff. Since Enfusion will probably be the most extensive overhaul and advancement for BI games from a technical perspective, i fear this old practice of porting over maps and assets from older arma titles might not be feasible anymore. You think Enfusion will be a clean slate and all old stuff will stay with arma 3 'as is', or might we be lucky and be able to get the major part of arma 3 assets ported to whatever future armaresque title BI might throw our way?
TitanIM is a military sandbox ( just like Arma). Like Arma, it supports combined arms, modding, editor and even sling loading. But unlike Arma, you can play anywhere on the entire PLANET: land, sea, air (& space!?) It's coming to standard desktops this December. BI's upcoming game engine, Enfusion, has yet to support worldwide maps or planetary scale warfare. Guys, what are BI's chances on competing with this Sandbox? (Maybe BI should consider planetary maps or other next-gen features like VR to ensure Arma 4 remains the most attractive milsim out there) TitanIM http://titanim.net/www/#blog Youtube Discuss!