Unreal Engine 4 Squad Shooter ‘Epsilon’ Available on Steam Early Access
Serellan has released its hybrid stealth-action shooter, Epsilon, on Steam Early Access. Serellan, is an independent studio composed of industry veterans who previously worked on titles like Halo, Shadow of Mordor, Killzone, Mad Max and Need for Speed among others, Epsilon is a squad shooter, being developed using the Unreal Engine 4.
Epsilon is a hybrid Stealth-Action Shooter powered by the Unreal Engine 4
“Joining EPSILON Early Access is a chance to experience the game as it evolves throughout its development process. Be aware that our Early Access offer is a representation of our core pillars, and the framework we have created around them. It is a work in progress and therefore contains a variety of bugs. We STRONGLY advise you not to buy and play the game at this stage unless you clearly understand what Early Access means and are interested in participating in the ongoing development cycle.
By self-publishing on EA, we hope to keep our small team independent and not rely on a publisher. We have self-funded to this point, and hope to avoid the distraction of a crowdfunding campaign to focus on game development.
By joining us in Early Access, you will have a chance to see the game grow and change, with your feedback integral to that process.”
Serellan provided the image below indicating the current progress of the game:
Other Unreal Engine 4 projects of note include the gorgeous Absention, a new survival horror title inspired by true survival horror greats such as Resident Evil, Eternal Darkness and Silent Hill so fans can expect a mixture of mental challenge, intense gameplay, and immersive environments. ADR1FT, Three One Zero’s narrative-driven survival game that takes the genre to breathless levels. Dontnod and publisher Focus Home Interactive, announced Vampyr, a new role-playing game powered by Unreal Engine 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Ad Infinitum is a first-person survival horror adventure set in a surreal world during WWI. It is built on the Unreal Engine 4 and is currently under development for the PC.
CryZENx has recently made available his Zelda Majora’s Mask tech demo for download here. While not as impressive as the last Zelda project we have recently seen from ArtistArtorias, which featured a recreation of the Kakariko Village from the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, it does offer a tease of what a next-gen Zelda title could look like.
We will bring you any news on Epsilon and other Unreal Engine 4 projects as soon as it becomes available.