Part of this teaser you're about to watch is live-action. Other parts are generated by an all-new bleeding-edge graphics engine. And, even if you can tell what's been recorded in reality and what's generated by software, you have to admit that the border between the two looks like it's dissolving.
The clip is for Get Even, a single/multiplayer hybrid shooter being developed by The Farm 51.
Get Even subtlety removes the classic division between single-player and multiplayer experiences to unfold two linked stories. The game's plot revolves around the memories of its central heroes which have a dramatic effect on how the game progresses.
It uses an environmental scanning technology called Thorskan, created by special effects house Better Reality. The trailer doesn't have any examples of gameplay or story set-up. Mostly, it's showing off how good the creators can make stuff look. Don't expect to see Get Even before 2015.
Holy crap indeed...if the graphics will be like that in next gen games it would be more and more difficult to identify interact-able objects and I'm already having a difficult time on some current games. XD
None of this shit is actually next gen level stuff. We've had sharply rendered graphics on PC for a damn long time now. It's just that developers would drop the specs down, as majority of people don't own a dedicated gaming rig capable of playing it; reducing sales and profit.
Crysis gave casuals the finger in 2007. Consoles being so low tech couldn't touch Crysis until 4 years later. Even then it was tweaked to lower spec than PC.
Anyone who uses a gaming rig and not a laptop/console would know exactly what I'm talking about.