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Submitted by EliteGameKnight 913d ago | news

Unreal Engine 4 Tech Demo for Project Awakened Released

Phosphor Games Studio is building an action game using Unreal Engine 4 with a heavy focus on character customization called Project Awakened. To highlight some of the different ways you'll be able to tweak your character design with abilities and armor pieces, the developer has released a tech demo that features Unreal Engine 4 footage. Check it out below. (Dev, PC, Phosphor Games, Project Awakened)

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Grap  +   913d ago
UE4 didn't wow me like UE3 back in 2005 maybe because Epic showed there next gen engine UE4 a bit late. i just hope they have fixed the Frame rate issues that UE3 had.
DigitalAnalog  +   913d ago
No, I think it's because our expectations are just too high for next-gen. The transition from SD-PS2 era to HD-PS3 is extremely significant. Now that HD has become the standard and the top-end PS3 games are utilizing PC-like post processing effects to make the game look the best we can, it's no surprise why one would not be "compelled" next-gen as they are literally doing the exact same things only with higher resolution textures/post-processing effects.

Again, your point of view may change as more games like Deep Down is played out in real time and ends up exactly like the video.
VoiceMale  +   913d ago
yea it was just OK at best to me i couldn't find anything that stood out in particular to have a conversation about
GuyThatPlaysGames  +   912d ago
Somehow I'm not impressed at all but then again I never was impressed with the Unreal Engine.
Tr10wn  +   912d ago
Frame rate issues??? never had FPS problems with UE3, and those saying they were never impress with UE3 they are either lying or are completely delusional, who wasn't impressed with Bioshock? look at Bioshock Infinite, Arkham series, Borderlands 2 and specially Star Wars 1313 yes that's UE3 not UE4
Donnieboi  +   912d ago
Dude look at your avatar. THAT is one amazing graphic engine Kojima produced. Compare Fox Engine to UE4. Then imagine Fox Engine bumbed up for next gen. The only game engines blowing my mind right now are Panta Rhei (Deep Down), Luminous Engine, and Fox Engine. I'm not even really all that impressed with CryEngine 3. Yeah it's pretty, but in terms of lighting, particles, water effects, realism, physics, facial expressions, hair, destructable environments, etc it just can't touch these other next gen engines.
starchild  +   912d ago
Lol Crysis 3 looks better than any next gen game we have been shown so far.
Realplaya  +   913d ago
Yeah I thought the same thing maybe we need a game in motion.
WarThunder  +   913d ago
Meh... u can make these real time renders using Crysis Engine 3 and even Unity 4 .
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DigitalAnalog  +   913d ago
But the UE4's engine is far more simplified and easy to work with. Not to mention it has a far more forgiving licensing rate.
3-4-5  +   913d ago
UE is overrated and outdated.
ATi_Elite  +   912d ago
Unreal engine has been holding gaming back since like forever!

I'm just NOT a fan of the UE. sure it may be easy to use but it's graphics are Meh!
xdavillainx  +   912d ago
This is crap.

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