The only thing i want if i watch this trailers. Is hoping that Blizzard also makes a movie that looks like this. Or a series. And not like the Warcraft the movie from 2016 with real people and armor that looks too big.
Too many artifacts of fast-moving scenes. It ruins everything. Blizzard can re-render everything using original code.
Looks great, the little children with tiny brains in the comments wanting it to stay at 24fps can be ignored.
I really like how the guy split in two doesn't bleed until the next frame
Agreed, I am not prepared. gotta get some AQ and Naxx gear first.
As someone with poor eyesight, this looks spectacular because the original looks worse to me than it seems to do to other people. I also feel like the technical feat is being lost on people. Things like this before machine learning were very very difficult if not impossible. Now-a-days we complain if our mobile phone service doesn't work well when it was ~20 years ago that very few people worldwide had the technology at all. I respect the opinions of people--they're valid. I just hope that someone look at it from the context of what the original was like compared to now, not it compared to other 4K video. Upscales and frame interpolation will likely never quite meet the standard of native video, but the fact that it is getting close is the staggering bit.Regarding 4K video and how no one can use it yet, the film industry is actively developing 8K because they use the overshot quality to make more dynamic shots at lower resolutions. Indeed, scientists say the human eye sees at anywhere from ~125 to ~550 megapixels, with 5-15 megapixels being at a glance. The goal by the video and entertainment industry is to get to a resolution and "experience" so high that a consumer could not tell their product from the real world visually.This clip fails that measure, obviously, but I still think it looks amazing. :)/end_unfounded_self_righteousness