Beware Is A ‘Driving Horror’ Game; Demo Available Now


It's not every day you hear about a 'driving horror' game. Beware, an indie project made by Ondrej Svadlena with the Unity engine, certainly looks intriguingly unique.

What's even more interesting is that a demo was publicly shared last week via IndieDB. You can download Beware's demo (1GB) over here; if you, do let us know what you think of the game.

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Beware is currently in early development. At the base, it's an open-world driving simulation where the player embarks on a long journey of information-gathering through exploration. One of the gameplay elements are intense, 70's movies style, car chases with challenging AI opponents. There are stealth element too where you can avoid being detected and explore the world undisturbed.


Unique atmosphere

Open-world with simulation driving physics

Realistic opponent AI. That means no rubber-banding, no cheating with physics or through code

Rudimentary stealth - you can avoid being detected

One "mission" included

Half-implemented features:

Quick and dirty getting in and out of cars for the enemies. Read instant

Enemy cars will recover quicker when stuck - goons getting out and pushing car not yet implemented


The game has been tested on a very limited amount of hardware combinations. No crashes have been reported so-far.

Estimated recommended specs: GTX770 & 3.0GHz Quad Core

Tested successfully on following hardware with adequate framerates:

Xeon E5-2640 v4 @ 2.40Ghz 2(processors) & Quadro P4000
i7-6700HQ @ 2,6GHz & GTX 970m
i7-4790K 4GHz & GTX 1060 6GB
Ryzen 1700 & GTX 1060
i7-4790K 4GHz & GTX770 4Gb