Agent-Zero wrote on Dec 26, 2016, 01:05:
Korrd wrote on Dec 26, 2016, 00:43:
Slick wrote on Dec 25, 2016, 20:59:
Agent-Zero wrote on Dec 25, 2016, 20:57:
Korrd wrote on Dec 25, 2016, 20:45:
Depends on the project, but as noted in the text this isn't really an engine switch.
ok... what is it then, "really"?
Quite, but to answer the question in earnest (because apparently it's challenging to read the content before commenting?): it is switching to another branch of Cryengine. It's pretty much like when a new version of the engine you're using is released and you update to that, except in this case it's from a different provider.
so you would call it a version switch... I already assumed it was not the same thing as switching to Unreal or something with a different code base... but its interesting to see how people choose to define words according to their particular perspectives - considering the title of the post is "engine switch"
yeh i dont click on weblinks posted by dumbfucks so i have no idea what the rest is about, but you dont have to bother with that either because i could care less
Hmmmm...after that post I think it's finally time to say it...
Welcome back harlock/rudra it's been awhile!
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