Revolution Software's sequel to Broken Sword is to debut at a press conference during this years ECTS event at Earls Court in London.


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Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon sees the return of George Stobbard and Nico Collard, in an adventure which Revolution say will "fuse exciting gameplay with a radical new Ray Tracing graphic engine".

Charles Cecil of Revolution Software told us "Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon fuses exciting gameplay with a radical new Ray Tracing graphic engine, resulting in a fully 3D game that looks and feels unique and which will captivate a broad audience of gamers"

A video trailer of the game in action, followed by a demonstration of the playable code by Charles Cecil, followed by a questions and answers session, which will also have a spokesperson from Criterion Software talking about how the RenderWare system has allowed the developers to try out new techniques during the past six months that the game has been in development.

GamesPaper will be attending the press conference, and we'll bring you a full report along with the rest of our ECTS 2002 coverage, from Thursday 29th August.

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