Developers Discuss Physics Behind Baja

Baja is THQ’s upcoming next-gen racing title for the PS3 and Xbox 360. And as with most racing titles boasting of being “next-gen,” you can expect the physics of this game to have gone through an overhaul. In this developer diary, some of the people behind the game discuss how much detail and effort went into crafting the the physics behind the game as well as even how the suspension in the cars reacts. According the them, even hitting the slightest bump in the road can affect your car’s performance. I’m still wondering just how this game will stack up to MotorStorm 2 though.

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1 Comment on Developers Discuss Physics Behind Baja

GargantulaKon

On May 12, 2008 at 9:45 pm

:shock: I have been waiting for a game like this since SODA Off-Road Racing back in November 23, 1997. Wow, finally, an off-road that pays close attention to the physics that off-road lovers love.