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Here are 11 minutes of gameplay footage from the Unreal Engine 5-powered Layers of Fear

Bloober Team has released a new video, showcasing 11 minutes of gameplay footage from Layers of Fear. Layers of Fear will be using Unreal Engine 5 and while this gameplay footage does not represent the quality of the final game, it will give you an idea of its art style.

Layers of Fear will be a narrative-driven first-person psychological horror game. The game will have Ray Tracing effects, as well as UE5’s Lumen tech. Furthermore, it will support HDR, volumetric lighting and Niagara.

Layers of Fear - Official 11-Minute Gameplay Walkthrough

Bloober Team plans to release Layers of Fear in June 2023. Below you can also find its key features.

Layers of Fear Key Features

  • Explore unsettling environments and solve strange puzzles to unveil the narrative at the heart of this first-person psychological horror experience.
  • Three different stories of craft-obsessed protagonists (The Painter, The Actor and The Writer). These stories will be interwoven to create a truly immersive experience and gripping storyline.
  • Everything in the Layers of Fear series, including all DLCs, so you can find the answers you want.
  • New brand-new core mechanics will be introduced to Layers of Fear and its sequel. There will also be additional features so that all the chapters and stories will blend seamlessly.
  • Rebuilt from the ground up in Unreal Engine 5, Layers of Fear supports Ray Tracing, HDR and 4K resolution to make the visuals as realistic as possible.
  • The new Lumen system offers the most immersive and visceral horror experience.
  • A hauntingly beautiful soundtrack by the highly acclaimed and award-winning composer, Arek Reikowski. He has composed a hypnotic score that adds an extra layer of tension to the game and will leave you on the edge of your seat.

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