An alpha gameplay alpha video of Sony’s upcoming action RPG with Unreal Engine 5 has been leaked, revealing a few seconds of Lovecraftian design.
A mysterious upcoming PlayStation game has just been leaked, featuring a giant creature made of liquid, and according to sources, the title is developed on Unreal Engine 5. It’s no secret that Sony now has one. some potential exclusive titles and brand new IPs in production, but as of now haven’t been able to find out any specific details about these games.
PlayStation has built up an impressive list of console exclusives over the past decade or so that are now being released in a trickle on PC, PlayStation seems to want to continue to capitalize on this strategy going forward. near the. More specifically, the newly leaked ooze-themed title seems to promise to tackle the action RPG segment, implying that this could be Sony’s response to games like Outriders and Gears of War, based on available footage.
Similar in nature and format to Horizon: Forbidden West’s leaked alpha footage, the untitled ooze appears to be an over-the-shoulder shooter with unbelievably large enemies. Originally leaked through IconEra. Specifically, Dusk Golem claims that this sci-fi ARPG is further in development than the leaked footage might imply, and that it is now nearing completion in development.
Furthermore, Dusk Golem has also said that he has seen more footage of the ooze game than what was shown in the IconEra leak, and that he is eager for the developers to show it in the right form. . While it has been suggested that Sony may be developing AR games in alpha, their main focus is clearly still on creating premium AAA experiences for PlayStation and possibly (if) not to say likely) the newly leaked game will be used as a flagship product in this respect, given that it uses Unreal Engine 5.
There have been a lot of leaks about Sony and PlayStation games lately, which might be worth pointing out. In December 2022, it was leaked that The Last of Us 3 was in the works. While the above information is just conjecture, it is also very likely that the company will find a way to use its blockbuster IPs to the fullest extent of its capabilities and TLOU is clearly a candidate in this regard.
As for Sony’s ooze game, in particular, there’s too little information out there in the wild to surmise more about it. However, the concept that it’s a UE5 game is certainly very promising. As fan projects, such as the recent Unreal Engine 5 remake of Max Payne 2, make it clear how powerful and versatile the Engine is, and its use to deliver monstrous creatures are easy.
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