Neo Berlin 2087 feature

Neo Berlin 2087 is a new first-person/third-person action RPG using Unreal Engine 5

Elysium Game Studio has shared the first gameplay trailer for its upcoming first-person/third-person sci-fi action RPG, Neo Berlin 2087. Neo Berlin 2087 will be using Unreal Engine 5, and currently targets a 2024 release on PC and PS5.

According to the developers, Neo Berlin 2087 will be a cinematic detective thriller that takes place in a dark future vision of Berlin.

Now I should note that this UE5 game is coming from a small team. Thus, the gameplay sequences appear a bit rough. Despite that, though, the game does push great visuals. My guess is that the developers are using Metahuman. Or at least that’s the vibe I got from the main character. We can also assume that Lumen is being used.

Lastly, here are the game’s key features

  • An emotional main story consisting of heart-wrenching moral dilemmas and immersive investigations.
  • Unique gameplay built on a blend of 1st and 3rd Person, customize your character’s abilities and weapons for whatever play style you prefer, choose from a vast array of shooter, stealth and role-playing game mechanics.
  • Breathtaking visuals powered by the cutting-edge Unreal Engine 5.
  • Inspired by Cyberpunk classics.
  • Explore a setting that you’ve never seen before: Berlin in the year 2087, a cyberpunk metropolis shielded by massive walls from its devastated surroundings, where outcasts gather and malfunctioning machines roam the land.
  • Explore the wasteland full of dangerous enemies, realized with unparalleled realism and immersion.
  • Meet the citizens of Berlin, who are plagued by corruption, inequality and cyberization.
  • Test your reflexes in exciting combat sequences, or avoid confrontation with a more stealthy approach.
Neo Berlin 2087 - Unreal Engine 5 Gameplay & Announcement Trailer | PS5 Games

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