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why the doom engine tho
doom gave me motion sickness, the fast paced game makes me dizzy. I wish they made this game with another engine
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FeilDOW May 12 @ 1:28am 
It's not made with the idtech 6 doom engine, it's made with Avalanches Apex engine.
Last edited by FeilDOW; May 12 @ 1:29am
Originally posted by FeilDOW:
It's not made with the idtech 6 doom engine, it's made with Avalanches Apex engine.

i watched the gameplay, i had motion sickness
Skaut69 May 12 @ 1:44am 
Your motion sickness is related to your health. Game engine or game have nothing to do with it - it's only stimulant. Fast movements gives your brain information that you are moving but the rest of your body say that you don't move at all. Then your brain thinks that you got poisoned and try to fix it. Those symptoms are known to everybody who work in VR and fast paced first person perspective games.
Originally posted by Bucktooth Bob:
Originally posted by FeilDOW:
It's not made with the idtech 6 doom engine, it's made with Avalanches Apex engine.

i watched the gameplay, i had motion sickness

That doesn’t mean it’s on the same engine, that just means you have motion sickness.
Originally posted by Bucktooth Bob:
Originally posted by FeilDOW:
It's not made with the idtech 6 doom engine, it's made with Avalanches Apex engine.

i watched the gameplay, i had motion sickness
Too bad. It has nothing to do with engine as you clearly prove since its not "doom engine".
Now feel free to leave or get a treatment for your motion sickness. Bye
FeilDOW May 12 @ 1:46am 
Sounds like you shouldn't play FPS games, or it might help if you use a controller to slow down movement compared to a mouse and keyboard.
Originally posted by stickydude:
Originally posted by Bucktooth Bob:

i watched the gameplay, i had motion sickness
Too bad. It has nothing to do with engine as you clearly prove since its not "doom engine".
Now feel free to leave or get a treatment for your motion sickness. Bye

i'm just kinda upset that it's so fast paced, so much quick jumping, running, my eyes feel weird for some reason watching it. I played FC5 and didn't have any issue, not sure why this engine is causing it.

As far as I know there is no treatment, some games does it to me.
Last edited by Shaman Mnyambo; May 12 @ 1:49am
Quokka May 12 @ 1:49am 
Originally posted by Bucktooth Bob:
doom gave me motion sickness, the fast paced game makes me dizzy. I wish they made this game with another engine

can't believe people are whinging that said game gives them motion sickness....is that a fault of the game or a personal problem specific only to you? as far as I know 90% of us don't suffer so easily with motion sickness and we couldn't care less. In fact the faster and more motion the better...IT IS A FAST PACED ACTION GAME AFTER ALL. I don't want my games to slow to a crawl to cater for a minority.
Last edited by Quokka; May 12 @ 1:51am
Originally posted by Quokka:
Originally posted by Bucktooth Bob:
doom gave me motion sickness, the fast paced game makes me dizzy. I wish they made this game with another engine

can't believe people are whinging that said game gives this motion sickness....is that a fault of the game or a personal problem specific only to you? as far as I know 90% of us don't suffer so easily with motion sickness and we couldn't care less. In fact the faster and more motion the better. I don't want my games to slow to a crawl to cater for a minority.

FC5 speed was nice, never had no issues with my eyes.


Originally posted by Bucktooth Bob:
Originally posted by stickydude:
Too bad. It has nothing to do with engine as you clearly prove since its not "doom engine".
Now feel free to leave or get a treatment for your motion sickness. Bye

i'm just kinda upset that it's so fast paced, so much quick jumping, running, my eyes feel weird for some reason watching it. I played FC5 and didn't have any issue, not sure why this engine is causing it.


It’s different for many people. My girlfriend gets motion sickness from the engine used in Resident Evil 7, and Resident Evil 2 Remake. I’ve heard people say sometimes changing the fov in games might help, but I can’t say if that’s accurate or not, because I’ve never experienced this. You might just have to skip this game unfortunately.
Rotjenn May 12 @ 1:51am 
Please take good care of yourself when you play games, friend. Motion sickness sucks.
Play around with Motion Blur settings and FOV, as well as brightness settings in all of your games :)
Originally posted by SlurpySam:
I’ve heard people say sometimes changing the fov in games might help,

Its proven that high Fov actually stops/decreases severity of motion sickness not all the time but sometimes. also headbob and motion blur also can cause motion sickness so if people do suffer from that and still buy it try lowering/turning those things off.
Last edited by Freak4Leeks; May 12 @ 2:21am
Kozzy May 12 @ 2:27am 
It is not the Doom engine.. Turn off Motion Blur, change Fov,etc..
Last edited by Kozzy; May 12 @ 2:27am
I dunno if refresh rate or anything like that helps but maybe see someone about this, i know that Fov changes can help or worsen the situation for some.
KRON May 12 @ 2:31am 
-> knows that he's getting motion sickness from fast-paced games
-> watches gameplay of a fast-paced game
-> gets motion sickness
https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1701323384
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