Land of Britain to Be Now Powered by Unreal Engine 4, First Unreal Engine 4 Screenshots Revealed

Potato Killer today announced that Land of Britain will be powered by the Unreal Engine 4. As the press release reads, the team has spent the last few weeks polishing the details and working on the technical aspects and now we are proud to announce that the game will be made with the Unreal Engine 4.

“All this has kept us very busy and still keeps us focused on exploiting the full potential of the UE4. This change of direction has led us to change the timing of the crowdfunding campaign, delaying it a few months, but in return gave us the opportunity to explore new ideas that soon we will reveal. Now we are even more aware that the gameplay ideas and all the innovations we are trying to bring to the genre will be supported by an astonishing graphic compartment that will please our users.”

In order to celebrate this announcement, Potato Killer also revealed the first screenshots from the game’s UE4 build that can be viewed below.



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