Starcraft II Project Vector Mod Goes from RTS to Dead Space

Wow. This is one of those videos that’s so impressive there’s not really a whole lot to say about it. Project Vector is a Starcraft II Mod that was created with the goal of achieving a playable third person survival-horror game out of the popular RTS. And it looks like they’re actually making some progress, if the new Project Vector demo is of any indication. It’s pretty much Dead Space in Starcraft II’s engine, which is something I never saw happening.

According to its creators over on the SC2Mapster forums, the game is currently playable, but they are still working on some additional revisions. Since they know the entire project will take some time to finish, they’re considering releasing it in small chunks so the community can get their hands on it.

This is all kinds of awesome. And I’ll go out on a limb here: until consoles can start to do this kind of thing with this level of quality, no one can call PC gaming definitively dead. Boom.

Source – SC2Mapster

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3 thoughts on “Starcraft II Project Vector Mod Goes from RTS to Dead Space”

  1. Damn that is impressive! This is why PC gaming intrigues me so. Some day I’ll get a rig capable of running games… some day…

  2. Absolutely stunning. I didn’t expect something like this either, but as a PC gamer, I guess I shouldn’t be too surprised. Give people the ability to break your game, and there will indefinitely be a few who make something beautiful with the pieces.

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