Amidst all the shiny new AAA next generation games that were unveiled for the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One at E3 this year, you would be forgiven for ignoring the indie offerings, which tend to be drowned out from the mainstream eye at the best of the times. However, one indie game in particular, looks stunning, and at least visually stands toe to toe with anything that we saw from the AAA publishers this week.
The game is called Strike Vector, an air combat game that includes transforming mechas and planes, and as you can plainly see, it looks incredible. This is probably because in spite of this being an indie game, the art for it is coming from Paul Chadeisson, who has worked on games like Remember Me, and Pierre-Etienne Travers, who previously worked with Evolution (Motorstorm) and Quantic Dream (Heavy Rain).
It looks stunning. Check it out in the video provided above for yourself.