This landscape looks suspiciously clean for Inferno. I guess they hoovered it before the photographers came to visit.

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ThunderTitan at 2011-02-11 10:05 wrote:
@Mirez: Don't worry, this screenshot does not show the "real" Lava terrain ;)

You have "fake" terrains too?! How considerate of you guys.

Neidhaart at 2011-02-10 20:56 wrote:
@Mirez: Don't worry, this screenshot does not show the "real" Lava terrain ;)

Had me worried there for a bit. I was thinking "Needs more fire..." =)

GreatEmerald at 2011-02-10 18:35 wrote:
Since it's dirt, I bet it literally speeds up the game :D

Ya5MieL at 2011-02-10 16:34 wrote:
It indeed looks less cluttered. That could in turn speed up the gameplay. Nice work.

Marzhin at 2011-02-10 14:10 wrote:
@Mirez: Don't worry, this screenshot does not show the "real" Lava terrain ;)
Mirez at 2011-02-10 13:56 wrote:
I actually really like the lava landscape in heroes 5, this is somewhat of a letdown.

Infiltrator at 2011-02-10 13:24 wrote:
Looks kinda out of place. I was expecting ashlands, not dirt.

killersheep at 2011-02-10 12:32 wrote:
i wonder what that shiny house in the corner does

tress at 2011-02-10 11:23 wrote:
I think RNG in homm5 (I think in 3 too) always (or at least had increased chance) generated dungeon/inferno underground already Though it usually made them undesirable choices as underground had less ways to expand than surface, thus initially accepting extra limitation because you chose one of those factions. In preset maps, I think it should be on map makers conscience.

Variol at 2011-02-10 10:32 wrote:
Seems like less cluttered version of homm5, which is good thing since in homm5 it was sometimes very hard to see available path on lava type terrain

yup,
But I do think that the demon and dark elf towns should always be under ground by default; unless you generate a random map with no underground.

Avonu at 2011-02-10 10:21 wrote:
I think I saw that eye and tower somewhere but where? :P

At last something new on picture - shrine or crypt, blue orb building and if I see corect water and earth elementals.

tress at 2011-02-10 09:38 wrote:
Seems like less cluttered version of homm5, which is good thing since in homm5 it was sometimes very hard to see available path on lava type terrain

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