Outreach Beautiful Unreal Engine 4 First-Person Adventure

Archie Paras
May 11, 2015
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Pixel Spill games have announced their Unreal Engine 4 first person, narrative-driven adventure, Outreach.

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Outreach is a first person, narrative-driven adventure game. You are a lone Cosmonaut sent to investigate a Soviet military station, which has mysteriously cut all communication with Ground Control. As you explore, you piece together an account of what transpired aboard Outreach Station.

Pixel Spill hasn’t released any more details about Outreach, but is surely looks quite interesting, and beautiful. The serene space setting will make for one interesting setting for a narrative adventure, unless of course something goes terribly wrong.

This trailer has been rendered in real time with Unreal Engine 4. The full game is due for release in mid-to-late 2016.

Epic Games confirmed last week that the latest update to Unreal Engine development suite, 4.8, would feature integrated support for the SteamVR platform. The latest version of the engine is available for download now for free, under the new terms established by Epic Games back in March.

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Virtual Reality technology is evolving rapidly and becoming more powerful and immersive by the day. Even if you’re starting with a simple project to learn VR or AR, build your team, your assets and your workflow around a technology that can deliver on your creative vision – now and in the future.

From students just starting out and small teams of veteran developers, to world renowned VFX houses and Hollywood storytellers, you’ll never outgrow Unreal Engine 4.

We will bring you any new information on Outreach as well as any other Unreal Engine projects as soon as it becomes available. Be sure to check out our previous Unreal Engine 4 coverage for more, here and here.

 

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