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Until Dawn Remake PS5 Screenshots Reportedly Leaked

Leaked screenshots from Sony Interactive Entertainment and Ballistic Moon’s upcoming remake of Until Dawn have reportedly emerged.

Reddit user MattTheMLGPro has shared what appear to be off-screen screenshots from the upcoming Until Dawn remake. The images are off low quality, though it is possible to identify characters from the game.

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The Until Dawn remake does not currently have a release date, though it is set for release in the year 2024 for both PS5 and PC. The game is said to be rebuilt from the ground up with upgraded visuals in Unreal Engine 5. Additionally, it has been enhanced with improved cinematography, refined gameplay mechanics and more. It’s worth noting that the original game was developed using Guerrilla Games’ Decima engine, which powers the Horizon and Death Stranding games.

The switch to Unreal Engine 5 is an interesting choice, possibly due to the current lack of support for ray tracing in Decima engine. It’s likely that the remake will take advantage of Unreal Engine 5-specific technologies, such as Lumen, Nanite, and possibly even MetaHuman. Only time will tell whether that is the case, however.

For the uninitiated, the original Until Dawn is a 2015 interactive drama horror game developed by Supermassive Games and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. Players control eight young adults striving to survive on Blackwood Mountain amidst peril. The game employs a butterfly effect system where decisions impact the narrative, determining the survival or demise of playable characters. Players navigate the environment from a third-person perspective, seeking clues to unravel the mystery.

Originally conceived as a first-person game for the PlayStation 3’s motion controller PlayStation Move, Until Dawn transitioned to the PlayStation 4 sans motion controls. The story, penned by Larry Fessenden and Graham Reznick, aimed to capture the essence of a slasher film in video game form. The game draws inspiration from films like Evil Dead II and Poltergeist, and games such as Heavy Rain, Resident Evil, and Silent Hill.

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