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5 Video Games That Use VFX Successfully

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Assassin’s Creed

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Assassin’s Creed is one of the most popular games that are played by the video game lovers. The assassin Maria (Ariane Labed) jumps onto the prison wagon via a 360 degree flip. The beat involved a plate of the wagon and a green screen plate of the actress filmed with the aid of wires. In addition to this there are too many scenes that are done using VFX. The use of visual effects is very effectively visible in the game transitions and action fights that we see throughout the game journey.

 

Battlefield

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Visual effects are a matter of fashion, often dreamed up by graphics engine engineers trying to bring something new and shiny to their next product. The game Battlefield has portrayed the use of visual effects in the most accurate terms for a game. Since, these games are designed in 3D and not 2D so, the amount of visual effects that is implemented is of high quality and extreme professionalism.

 

Need For Speed

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Need for Speed, also known by its initials NFS, is a racing video game franchise published by Electronic Arts and developed by several studios including EA Black Box, Criterion Games and Ghost Games. The withstanding fact remains that every single shot of the game is a VFX shot. Need For Speed is one of the most recognized games in the entire game industry and surely has set amazing standards in terms of visual effects in games.

 

Fifa 16

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FIFA 16 is an association football simulation video game developed by EA Canada and published by EA Sports for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Android and iOS. Now this game has used tons of visual effects in order to create the entire game series. Right from the characters to the animated effects that we see in the film are all a product of the visual effects.

 

American Truck simulator

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American Truck Simulator is a 2016 vehicle simulation game developed by the Czech company SCS Software and is the parallel video game sequel to Euro Truck Simulator 2. This game series is not just a sequel in terms of content but also visual effects improvisations. When you see the technological advances that are made in the film with the help of VFX it is understandable that the progress witnessed in the films is resonating.

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