Redditor completely remade PT in the Unreal engine, available for download, playable in VR

Started by the-pi-guy, Jan 04, 2019, 07:33 AM

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Redditor completely remade PT in the Unreal engine, available for download, playable in VR | ResetEra

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 I'm not sure if it's forbidden for me to post this since it's a complete recreation of a product that's not available anymore, so if this thread should be against the rules, just delete it please :)

 With that said, I sure as hell won't touch it with a weak heart as mine, but I'm sure a lot of users here are going to be ecstatic about this. So here you go!

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   About the Making of Unreal PT
Click to expand...      Unreal PT was under constant development over the course of 10 months, starting in April 2018 and ending in January 2019. Textures, models, animations, gameplay, and code have been recreated from scratch (more details on this in the development logs).  Click to expand...  
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Minimum Tested Specs:
 CPU: i3-7100U 7th Generation with Intel HD 620
 GPU: Integrated
 RAM: 8GB DDR4
 HQ SSR Turned off and resolution at 35% gets ~30fps with these specs  Click to expand...    
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SWORDF1SH

Have any of you guys played it yet?

Legend

Have any of you guys played it yet?
Nah. I didn't play that much of the original PT but I still have it on one of my PS4s.

the-pi-guy

Have any of you guys played it yet?
Lordie no.

I tried playing it once on PS4.  Not for me.  No sir.  

Xevross

I'm way too much of a wuss to play horror games, especially ones like PT. It was even pretty difficult for me to watch a youtube playthrough of PT, its fudgy creepy.

the-pi-guy

I'm way too much of a wuss to play horror games, especially ones like PT. It was even pretty difficult for me to watch a youtube playthrough of PT, its fudgy creepy.
Id probably have a heart attack if i tried.  

I think the PC VR headsets are a lot more immersive.  

But I still think it's awesome someone did this.