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Intel: Look for an update on Project Offset in 2010


7:00 PM on 12.09.2009
Intel: Look for an update on Project Offset in 2010 photo



Before we jump into this, let me catch you up to speed. It's my job to obsess over these sorts of factoids, and even I had forgotten about some of Project Offset's history. Every time the first-person fantasy game is shown in any capacity, it looks absolutely gorgeous.

Problem is, we have little reason to believe the game will ever be fully released. It seems a fair amount of people were speculating that Intel (who owns developer Offset Software) wanted to use the jaw-dropping game to pimp its now-canceled Larrabee graphics chip.

Big Download got in contact with Intel to see if that means even worse news for Project Offset, but apparently it doesn't; we can "expect an update in 2010." I suppose the update could be something along the lines of "sorry folks, we scrapped it," but I'd like to think otherwise.






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