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Monday, 18 July 2011 11:15

AMD promises Avatar-like graphics on Xbox 720

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AMD is telling the world+dog that Microsoft’s next generation console will pack speedy graphics capable of delivering movie-like quality.

AMD exec Neal Robinson says the new Xbox 720 will feature graphics on a par with James Cameron’s blockbuster Avatar, all powered by AMD.

However, Robinson did not directly confirm that the next generation console was in the works, although he talked about next generation hardware that could bring realism to a whole new level.

For example, the extra power could allow massive improvements in A.I. any physics, so every pedestrian you shoot at in GTA will react differently, making a news worthy killing spree a bit more challenging.

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