Phosphor Games Studio has released an Unreal Engine 4 Tech Demo for its upcoming game that will be powered by Epic’s next-generation engine, Project Awakened. As the team described, this is an early demonstration of the detail level and rendering effects they plan to give players as part of the Project Awakened Create-a-Player system. It looks cool, and way better than its UE3 counterpart that was shown off when the game’s Kickstarter campaign launched. Speaking of that, this game might not see the light of day as it has only raised $200K and there are 5 days left to it. Therefore, if you’re interested in it, go ahead and back it up!
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