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On January 24, we reported that according to Billbil-kun's sources, Sony will be announcing an updated version of Until Dawn at the State of Play showcase. This is what happened.
You can see its first trailer below. The material confirms that the production will be released on PS5 and PC. However, it does not specify when exactly this will happen. We only know that the premiere is expected in 2024.
The original has been ported to Unreal Engine 5, which allowed the creators of the Ballistic Moon studio – the authors of the original, i.e. the Supermassive Games team is not responsible for this version – to improve character animation, visual effects and textures. What is particularly important, They also decided to add new camera anglesWhich will provide a variety of fun for people who know the version of the game that was released in 2015 on PS4.
In addition, players will be able to find more collectibles and hear new music composed by Mark Corvin Delve into the plot threads developed from the original story. All of these changes are intended to increase immersion in the events that take place over the course of a single night in the Blackwood Mountains.
As a reminder, I would like to add that Until dawn It will be made into a movie. We know that David F. Sandberg, a director like, will be behind the camera Annabelle: Rise of Evil whether When the lights went out. More details can be found in a separate message.
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