Stunning Visuals Will Bring the Seasons to Life in Moonlight Online

The developers of Moonlight Online are making breakthroughs in game graphics using the latest technology in high dynamic range lighting (HDRR) to create spectacular changes in atmospheric and meteorological elements. Imagine slogging through a snowy blizzard as you pick up a quest to save a village from some infamous terror, but then returning victorious to the very same village with the sights and sounds of spring all around you once you’re ready to hand in the quest. That’s the kind of living, breathing game world you can expect to experience in Moonlight Online.

As development continues, IGG’s team is cutting no corners as they create incredibly realistic landscapes that reflect the time shifts in the game, too. The realism ranges from the metamorphosis each piece of architecture undergoes with the changing seasons right down to the color of the foliage as it turns from a crisp grassy green to warm autumn reds and browns.

In Moonlight Online, players will immerse themselves in amazingly breathtaking changes of the seasons as they bite, claw and slash their way through a myriad of terrains in this beautifully apocalyptic supernatural universe.

Visit http://forum.igg.com/forumdisplay.php?fid=64 to check out IGG’s Moonlight Online forum for the latest news or to get in on the discussion as fans anxiously await this thrilling new MMO. Visit http://www.igg.com to learn about IGG’s growing family of games.

2011-06-30


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