This latest architecture allows game developers to engineer realistic environments, more so than ever before. The engine also has this feature, called soft-body physics, it allows for more realistic damage to vehicle.
This video was created by the team behind Ring of Rods, an open-source driving simulator. This is early work, so there are shakes and rubber-like bounces, but it’s promising and the damage doesn’t look repetitive like in the current games.
“Anything can be built in the Beam physics system - cars, trucks, planes, boats, trains, cranes, tanks, helicopters, and even destructible map objects and crash test dummies. It's all real physics. Anything is possible,” Beamng.com.
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