Bulletstorm devs indifferent to graphical prowess

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 3 July 2010 22:47 GMT

bulletstorm

People Can Fly founder Adrian Chmielarz has said he doesn’t care much about super-duper game graphics, as he’s more concerned with taking players on “an adventure”.

Speaking with CVG, the Bulletstorm dev said if players feel the game looks better than another, that’s still fine though.

“The thing is, we really do not care that much,” said Chmielarz. “When you take a look at the visual quality of Gears – the density of detail, so to speak – in my opinion, it kills Modern Warfare easily. But, Modern Warfare is 60 frames-per-second, and composition of the scene in Modern Warfare is really, really good. It’s excellent.

“I think right now so long as the game has a minimum level of quality, which is for us and everyone who wants to matter in this business is really high, do players really care? Seriously, if it really looks good, do we need to join race?

“If people say our game looks better than another game, we will be happy, but that’s not our goal. We just want to invite you on an adventure.”

You can watch the latest walkthrough video for the game, with Cliff Bleszinski through here.

Bulletstorm is out on February 22 for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Comments

Headlines

Adrian Chmielarz

  • Xbox One reveal: Microsoft was like 'elephant in a china shop', says Chimielarz

    Xbox One’s reveal was poorly communicated, and the fact that Microsoft has still not concretely explained the intended purpose of its 24-hour online authentication likened it to an ‘elephant in a china shop’, founder of the Astronauts Adrian Chmielarz has said.

  • Xbox One: Ex-Bulletstorm dev defends Microsoft's anti-used policies

    Xbox One may have had its anti-used policies binned by Microsoft following its seismic u-turn last week, but former Bulletstorm developer and co-founder of The Astronauts Adrian Chmielarz has penned a blog defending the idea of anti-used policies, in which he says if you care about gaming, you will want the pre-owned market to die.

Bulletstorm

People Can Fly