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Unreal Engine 5-powered Titanic: Honor & Glory gets new demo on March 3rd

The team behind the amazing Titanic: Honor & Glory project has announced that a new demo for it will become available on March 3rd. This new demo will feature numerous new areas, and will showcase some impressive visuals in Unreal Engine 5.

Going into more details, the Titanic: Honor & Glory Demo 401 Update 2 will feature roughly 50% of the RMS TITANIC. According to the team, the demo will feature the exterior decks and endless promenades. It will also have working, living, and eating areas for Titanic’s 899 faithful crew. Furthermore, it will have areas from the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Class.

For those unaware, Titanic: Honor & Glory is a first-person open-world historical recreation. With a fully explorable, fully interactive and historically perfected RMS Titanic, players will be able to walk her decks and experience her opulence as very few did.

Naturally, we’ll be sure to share the demo once it becomes available. Until then, enjoy the following screenshots and trailers!

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Titanic Demo 401 - Official Update Trailer

Titanic Demo 401 - Exterior Trailer

Titanic Demo 401 - Crew Trailer

Titanic Demo 401 - First Class Trailer

Titanic Demo 401 - Second Class Trailer

Titanic Demo 401 - 3rd Class Trailer

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