You will anti-alias and you will like it!
Subject: General Tech | May 14, 2008 - 12:17 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Unreal Engine 3 has taken a lot of flak, especially for it's inability to handle anti-aliasing and lack of any DX10 support. In Rainbow Six Vegas 2, a way has been found to allow anti-aliasing with Unreal Engine 3, adding a nice look to the game. [H]ard|OCP tried the game out with a mix of AMD and nVIDIA cards to see what gives you the best performance. It turns out to have a similar outcome to UT3, where almost any newer card can handle the full settings.
"The PC version of Rainbow Six Vegas 2, has finally shipped a month after the console version. We've tested Vegas 2,
backed by Unreal Engine 3 on six of today's best video cards. What kind of gameplay experience should you expect on
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