The team showcased the upcoming game's combat, one of its locations, and car-driving mechanics.
Indie game development team Paradark Studio has released the first gameplay trailer for ExeKiller, the studio's upcoming first-person action-adventure game that combines cyberpunk and western aesthetics and takes place in a post-apocalyptic New York.
The new trailer showcased the game's pre-alpha gameplay footage, demonstrating ExeKiller's UI and western-style first-person combat, showing one of its locations, as well as providing a look at the car-driving mechanics that will be included in the game. According to the team, the new trailer was achieved by leveraging the power of Unreal Engine 5 and its Lumen, Nanite, Virtual Shadows Maps, and MetaSounds features.
If you would like to learn more about the game, we also recommend reading our interview with Paradark Studio founders Kasia Widmańska and Amadeusz Wróbel, who shared tons of behind-the-scenes details regarding ExeKiller.
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