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Exclusive Leaked Frostbite 2.0 with Battlefield 3 new footage video

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The video shows never see parts of the gameplay of Battlefield 3.

Like explosions, Earthquake, Day and Night cycle and more, more and more…

This video in originally by Multiplayer.it which then had to remove at the request of Electronics Arts.

Click here for see amazing screenshot and In-Game Gamepay Trailer.

Battlefield 3 releases for PC, PS3 and 360 in late 2011.

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Battlefield 3 new screen leaked (multiplayer ?)

This new screen of Battlefield 3 from GDC 2011 EA – DICE event is emerged, mainly from Ars Technica Preview, and some rumors circulating on  Internet speaks that this is the first image of the multiplayer mode, even during the event (it seems) is not been no word on it.

Click here for see amazing screenshot and In-Game Gamepay Trailer.

Battlefield 3 releases for PC, PS3 and 360 in late 2011.

Realy Impressive Battlefield 3 Screenshot

EA and DICE has diffused this three new amazing screenshots of Battlefield 3, after the first in-game trailer.

Battlefield 3 releases this fall for PS3, 360 and PC.

Battlefiled 3 First In-Game Trailer

EA has diffused the first Gameplay Video from Campaign of Battlefield 3, and this is the first video in a series of video called Fault Line

Next episode on March 16th.

Impressions, screens and other from GDC 2011 will go live at 8.00am GMT.

Battlefield 3 releases this fall for PS3, 360 and PC.

New Battlefield 3 Screenshot and Frostbite 2 demostration

Has just popped in internet this new Battlefield 3 screenshot, admire it while wait new information about Battlefield 3 from Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.

Battlefield 3 releases this fall for PS3, 360 and PC.

UPDATE:

Frostbite 2  Subpixel Reconstruction Antialiasing

SRAA regular input image


SRAA output (4x G-Buffer MSAA, 1x Regular input)

16x super-sampled reference


GameInformer February Cover Revealed

A new era is dawning in the world of Tamriel, and we’ve got 14 pages of screens and details straight from Bethesda.

The February issue of Game Informer is about to hit subscribers, and you can now see a first look at the new cover image. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is the next huge role-playing game from Bethesda, the makers of Oblivion and Fallout 3. Bethesda was kind enough to walk us though the new game a few weeks ago, and we can’t wait to share what we experienced with all of you.

The cover features a first for Game Informer. While this digital version of the image shows off the stark, black styling, the real treat comes in the print version. There you’ll see a special ultraviolet coating that accentuates the symbol in the center, giving a striking, 3-dimensional texture to the image.

We hope you enjoy the mysterious cover. And don’t worry. The inside of the magazine has over 20 screenshots that show off Skyrim in all its glory, along with a 14-page article on the new gameplay, engine, story and setting for this latest Elder Scrolls epic.

Also in this issue, we reveal our top 50 games of 2010, including your reader picks for game of the year. What did we choose? What did you choose? And were they the same?

In addition, the February issue includes our first look at Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, our blowout on the new Mortal Kombat game (including two new characters), and our frightening look at the newest Silent Hill. Also watch for our final review of Dead Space 2.

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The images of the new Tomb Raider by GameInformer “are actual in-game screens”

To say is Karl Stewart director of  “Tomb Raider” brand on Twitter:

For all of you peeps who received your copy of #GameInformer today, those are not renders, they are ACTUAL in-game screens. #forreals

A demonstration of this is an image in particular, on page 49 of GameInformer, were you can see thethe RT/LT button, you can see  the image below:

Click here for see the complete GameInformer scans !

The new Tomb Raider does not have an official release date, will be released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, but the question is will set a new graphic level ?