Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious In CryEngine

Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine

The Emirates Stadium in Holloway, London was opened eight years ago. It's England's third largest stadium and home to the Arsenal Football Club. And now it's also the subject of an awesome CryEngine map.

The man behind the project is a Turkish environment artist by the name of Gökhan Karadayi, who's currently working with TaleWorlds on the next Mount & Blade game. He first posted about the stadium on the Polycount Forum in March, and he did so again yesterday to update the thread with the now-finished map.

The guy used CryEngine 3 to recreate the stadium, and he did a pretty good job. This is what the place looks like in real life:

Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine

And here's Karadayi's version:

Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine

Sweet.

Look below for the six-minute (!) flythrough video, which shows a rainy nighttime scene and a day scene, and which you should most definitely watch in HD, along with a couple of hi-res screenshots.

Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine
Real-Life Football Stadium Looks Glorious in CryEngine

CryFootball - Next-Gen Emirates Stadium [Polycount Forum]

Picture: burohappold.com


Comments

    Tbf that place looks amazing in real life. I walked around it last year and the architecture (not something I usually appreciate) is something to wonder at.

    Do Stamford Bridge, and we'll start talking.

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