Is Unreal Engine 5 the bodycam engine? It seems so, because here is another one like Unrecord, but terrifying
Unreal Engine 5 is not a dream, it is a reality. There are already games on the market with UE5 under the arm and the future for the Epic Games engine looks phenomenal with very important and renowned projects joined by a Paranormal Tales to which the immersion of the camera in the protagonist’s chest generates creepy sequences.
The Digital Cybercherries game has made a name for itself on social networks after the boom that Unrecord has brought, that game bodycam that has broken the minds of many when trying to figure out if what they were seeing was real or fake. And it seems that Unreal Engine 5 is going to be the engine of bodycams, something like “found footage” was the preferred horror genre for cinema for a decade.
But going back to Paranormal Tales, the game is not new per se, at least in terms of information and presence on social networks, but its presentation to the world took place in 2022. However, with the approach bodycam and the hyperrealism of UE5, the indie horror game has earned a place on social networks with players even likening it to PT, albeit on steroids.
The game seems to follow a wake very slender man, with a horror approach in “first person” where we will not be able to do anything more than flee from our pursuer, although judging by its trailer there is more than one. We don’t know what we’ll have to do, but their Steam page sheds light on various scenarios thanks to the VHS that have been found of missing persons and that you, unfortunately, will be there to star in them.
Paranormal Tales, yes, it does not have a launch window beyond a date scheduled for this 2023. We are talking about a tiny development that calls for PC exclusivity, so we won’t see it on another platform and not soon either.
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