Cliff Bleszinski’s New Game Will Be Powered by Unreal Engine 4, In-Engine Video Coming Next Week

During its PAX East event, Boss Key Productions announced that its upcoming PC arena title, Blue Streak, will be powered by Epic’s Unreal Engine 4. While the team did not reveal any more details about its project, it did show the first in-engine trailer.

While this video has not been leaked yet, those who have not attended PAX East will be able to view the video next week when Boss Key Productions will officially release it.

BlueStreak will be a free-to-play sci-fi arena shooter.

Given the fact that both Unreal Tournament and BlueStreak are free to play arena shooters powered by the same engine, it will be interesting to see whether PC gamers will embrace both of them.

Stay tuned for more!


PCGamer has captured the in-engine video and you can view it below (off-camera quality, so it’s not that hot. Still, better than nothing I guess).

Project Bluestreak teaser - PAX East 2015

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