The lights are on
When we sat down with Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot at Gamescom, he told us that there were many UbiArt Framework titles in development. The engine powering Rayman Legends makes stunning, hand-drawn art work an easier proposition. Both Child of Light and the newly announced Valiant Hearts: The Great War are putting it to the test.
Valiant Hearts is a side-scroller that follows the intertwining stories of five soldiers and their canine companion. The game is based on real letters from the first World War, and despite the gorgeous art style, deals with mature themes of war, love, and loss.
The title is coming next year for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Our TakeThe UbiArt Framework is one of the most gorgeous and powerful engines for creating unique art styles. Rayman is proof of concept, but Child of Light and Valiant Hearts show the flexibility of the toolset. Where Rayman is light and whimsical, Valiant Hearts promises to use the same engine to create something both beautiful and emotional.
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This was a damn good trailer, because I already know that I want to play this if not for the gameplay (don't even know what it is), then for the story and gorgeous art.
Looks Unique and Different. Color me interested.
Damn it that dog will die at the end :(