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Real Virtuality (game engine)

Real Virtuality Engine
Developer(s) Bohemia Interactive
Written in C++
Platform Microsoft Windows
Xbox
Type Game engine
License Proprietary
Screenshot of Dawn of Flashpoint, a 1997 demo of the engine (then called Poseidon).

Real Virtuality is a proprietary computer game engine developed by Bohemia Interactive (BI), originally called Poseidon.

Versions

Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis
ArmA: Armed Assault

The different versions of the engine are:

Real Virtuality 1

Real Virtuality 2

Real Virtuality 3

Real Virtuality 4

Enfusion

References

  • Bohemia Interactive Wiki
  • PC Games Hardware - Comparison of the engine (German)

External links

  • Bohemia Interactive Studio homepage
  • Bohemia Interactive Studio Wiki
  • Demo of the original engine (zip file)
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