game news When Max Payne becomes an impressive FPS under Unreal Engine 5
Lovers of fireworks shows, hemoglobin and bullet time, you’ve come to the right place! VRESKI has unveiled a new snippet from its next game, and it’s submitting!
FPS with Max Payne Sauce, what do you give?
You miss Max Payne, we miss him too! But that is not the question… Today, Reddit user VRESKI comes to bring us news of his future production which is still unnamed at the moment. A promising first-person title which, as you can see by watching the video available above, is really eye-catching.
Our unknown hero, armed with a cute rifle, dives in slow motion as the good old Max does, and at the same time, exploding his cartridges that come to rest in the many enemies who dare to cross his path. Here is a chance for us to reflect on the many tricks that abound in this 45-second shooter that runs under Unreal Engine 5, The latest engine update from Epic Games. Blood flows in the floods, while cartridges fly away and various decor elements fall under the influence of bullets. You understand, that makes you want.
This excerpt is clearly reminiscent of the amazing Hong Kong Massacre released in 2019, which is totally normal since we find the same creator behind this mysterious new production.
Speaking of Max Payne
If the Max Payne video game saga isn’t worthy of new episodes in the near future, note that it’s back! In fact, Remedy, the series’ creators, recently got permission from Rockstar Games to get their baby back. In other words, the first two Max Payne are entitled to remake.
In early April, we announced a partnership with Rockstar Games to remake Max Payne and Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. The public response to this announcement has been very positive. It’s clear that Max Payne holds a special place in the hearts of gamers around the world. We are very excited to bring the revamped games to fans old and new. treatment
At the moment, there is no release date for Remedy games, but we can expect them to arrive between 2023 and 2025 according to the words of the famous studio.