Atari Rushes to Fix Horrible Graphics in Upcoming RollerCoaster Tycoon

/ 3 years ago

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The latest trailer release for RolleCoaster Tycoon World displayed some unimpressive graphics, which is a worrying indicator to the effort went into making the game. This is why Atari plans on fixing its mistake with a new graphical overhaul.

“We have heard you and we concur; the trailer did not show the final game and the game everyone should expect from the RCT franchise,” reads the Atari blog post from late last week.

The title is still in pre-alpha stages and Atari states that the features and graphical fidelity will improve before the game is released. The company states that developer Area 52 will be updating the version of Unity, the engine in which the game is built on, from version four to five.

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Atari also states that RCTW will benefit from more “realistic” art style, that will make the rides “feel like they can be found in real life. This means that there are more than just a few tweaks and improvements being made to the title.

However, the improvements may also cause a push-back on the release date for the game, having Atari stating that it will release RCTW when it knows that it’s ready.

Thank you KitGuru for providing us with this information

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2 Responses to “Atari Rushes to Fix Horrible Graphics in Upcoming RollerCoaster Tycoon”
  1. Ryan Airth says:

    And so they should, it’s 2015 and I’ve seen indie titles with better visuals.

  2. Ryan Airth says:

    No, but I think they should be at least be decent. It’s a different story if they’re going for a specific style like Borderlands.

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