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XnGine

XnGine
Developer(s) Bethesda Softworks
Type Game engine
Website Bethesda Softworks Official Website

XnGine was a 3D engine developed by Bethesda Softworks. In 1997 support for higher resolutions was added and in 1998 it was made compatible with 3dfx graphics cards.

The Terminator: Future Shock was the first game to use the engine, and also the first 3D PC game to use the now popular mouse-look interface, which was initially unpopular with gamers.[1]

Games which used the engine:

Originally, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind was supposed to use the engine but it was ultimately dropped in favor of NetImmerse (the predecessor to Gamebryo).

References

  1. ^ Miller, Matt (26 December 2010). "Decrypting The Elder Scrolls". GameInformer. Retrieved 9 May 2011. 


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