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Curvaceous new Earth 2150 sequel announced

Zuxxez have announced that their Polish development house Reality Pump are working on a new sequel to their 3D strategy game Earth 2150. Imaginately titled Earth 2160 : Online, the sequel will be released towards the end of next year and is being developed using the company's new Earth III engine, which replaces the polygons of yore with Beziere curves. These are then tesselated in real-time to take advantage of as much processing power as your computer can throw at it. The game itself will, as the title suggests, be set ten years after the last installment, while the subtitle gives away the fact that this will be a multiplayer-focused game. More details should be available soon... Related Feature - Earth 2150 review

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