Unrecord has become the most talked game since its official announcement by Studio DRAMA. However, many people are skeptical about the authenticity of this body-cam FPS game and not few said it was fake game.
The realism of Unrecord’s gameplay footage has led some to believe that it may be pre-rendered or possibly recorded from original video footage.
A few hours after the announcement of Unrecord, Alexandre Spindler, the developer from Studio DRAMA, responded:
“It’s not a rail shooter or an FMV, it is indeed an FPS and these images are from real-time gameplay, not pre-rendered.”
To further reassure that his game is genuine, Spindler then uploaded a new video of Unrecord directly from the Unreal Engine, the game engine used to create it.
Dev Shows Unrecord is Not Fake Game
At the end of the video, he frees the camera, navigating through levels without any limitations to prove that this is a fully playable FPS game.
“For those who thought Unrecord was fake or a video, sorry” wrote Spindler.
The game development technique used by Studio DRAMA is not new, as it has been previously employed in games such as The Vanishing of Ethan Carter almost a decade ago.
With the combination of Unreal Engine 5’s features and advancements in current technology, the visuals in Unrecord are not entirely beyond the realm of possibility.
Similar levels of photographic detail can also be seen in the first demo of Unreal Engine 5 created by Epic.
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