Something called The Matrix Awakens was leaked on the PSN backend, with the tagline being "An Unreal Engine 5 Experience."
The fonts don't match up.
Yeah it is odd, but the leak been backed up by Ps Game sizes who also keeps track of that stuff. Probably some short cinematic tie-in tbh
Yeah cause they're highlighting the name of their engine. Pretty simple lol if someone tried faking this why would they do that if they wanted to make them match
Keeping my expectations low on this because they call it an experience. It could be a full blown game, it could also be something else.
Yeah…most likely something else
a VR thing maybe?
If it's not, it really should be.
I played the Bajesus out of the original two on Xbox. My friends would plead with me to put it down and hang out with them instead. I'm like "Kay but first I need to snipe this airplane tire."
would not be surprising if it is. keanu wore a vr headset in the movie trailer, so maybe they would tie that into this.
Likely not since this is for the PS five Has there been any native PlayStation five releases that are VR? Like if this was just a PS4 version they found I would say yes
Could be a future announcement for NGVR(PSVR 2). It would blow me away to be in a Matrix VR game running on PS5. First thing I thought when I saw the article title is that it was hopefully for VR. I remember years ago when Sony ran a demo of the Matrix running at Siggraph using PS2 systems running together. Which let them later to multi core programming. https://youtu.be/yB0-EvK9Y7...
Some info on this is already available to UE5 registered devs (those registered for closed platforms like PS/Xbox/Switch, not the public GitHub version of UE). It isn't a VR experience, just a playable tech demo that shows off the new UE5 features - also coming to PC & XSS/XSX.
Like, totally! Like for sure!
damn it, I just want to play Enter the Matrix again. I know it was buggy as fuck, but it was strangely fun. I wish it was backwards compatible on Xbox...
Was it buggy? I remember ETM feeling polished, Path of Neo on the other hand felt a little rougher but was still fun.
I remember it being fairly buggy when I played it on my PS2. Maybe it played better on other platforms?
Dude, we are likely, IN A MATRIX. Oh wait, maybe not. I can't do slo mo ####. 🤣
I was 80% sure rocksteady was making a matrix game. The movie coming out, rocksteady was a perfect fit for a studio burned out on Batman. It’s a WB studio so no weird licensing bullshit. Whoever didn’t make that happen should be fired imo. Suicide squad…
Probably a demo.
Yeah like a playable tech demo
Sounds like a VR thing . PSVR2 release date announced soon??
Apparently there is a sex scene in it that is completely pointless, just like the one in the movie.
Getting vibes of an interactive media art piece for the upcoming film's marketing rather than a game.
You mean like the old Demo Scene stuff like Linger in the Shadows that Sony used to put out as an art graphics show piece then seemed to forget about? https://youtu.be/1AS8StSFxx... I liked and miss those. Maybe a real-time demonstration of PS5 running The Matrix like the Siggraph video I posted above. I would like a VR thing but art would still be cool. Remember Datura? That turned into a VR demonstration. That probably was Sony's precursor for PSVR.
We need another full out Matrix game. Fact.
"Experience" probably nothing too special. Was excited for a sec cause i loved path of neo
I'm interested to see this.
Oh, man! I sure hope we are in for a repeat of The Matrix: Path of Neo on the PS2. Gah! The glitches in that game were spectacular!
Idk, but I hope they bring back Home in UE5. That shit was the matrix! Way ahead of it's time and was actually fun as hell I thought! I'm thinking this is an interactive movie experience, like some choose the path type of movie-game.
Nothing exclusive to PSVR or the PS, this is now available to download on each respective store, PSN and XBL.
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