During this week the first trailer for Unrecord was revealed, which last year had been presented as a tactical FPS that would deliver hyper-realistic graphics, something that they have shown in this first preview, making many players doubt that the gameplay is real and not a makeup video
Doubts that Alexandre Spindler, who is the co-director of DRAMA, the studio behind the game, has tried to clear up by posting on his Twitter a video, where it shows images of development in the graphic engine, to demonstrate that the trailer and the game are not fake.
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And also, DRAMA published a message in a statement to those who doubt the veracity of the trailer, saying “we have seen many doubts about the authenticity of the gameplay”, explaining that “the game is being developed on Unreal Engine 5, and the tour has been captured in an executable file controlled by mouse and keyboard. It’s not a virtual reality game.”
Tests that may not fully convince those who doubt that the final product actually looks that incredible, since we cannot deny that we have seen dozens of times how everything looks impressive in the first trailers and then, they lose quality as they approach the premiere date.
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