Futuristic Sci-Fi Horror Game “Caffeine” Will Be Powered By Unreal Engine 4

Incandescent Imaging is excited to announce that with the release of Epic’s Unreal Engine 4, Caffeine will be jumping ship from UDK to the new engine to allow for a fantastic experience in graphical fidelity and gameplay.

The Demo for Caffeine is still due for release on the 25th March for the public and the 23rd March for Press which will still be utilizing UDK as it’s engine.

Caffeine is a Futuristic Sci-fi Horror game in development for PC using Epic’s Unreal Engine 4.

In Caffeine you awaken to find yourself as a young boy on what appears to be some kind of space station or craft seemingly alone. The only thing that can be done is to explore this structure to find out what exactly has happened here. Caffeine is being developed by a sole developer me (Dylan Browne).

According to the team, Caffeine is mainly a Sci-Fi Horror Adventure game which takes inspiration from FEAR, Condemned and Doom 3.

An Indiegogo campaign will be starting on the 31st March to secure funding for the development of the full game.


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