Have a Look at the New “Adam” Unity Tech Demo!



/ 2 years ago

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Cross-platform game engine Unity was developed by Unity Technologies and was released for the first time in 2005. It eventually became one of the most versatile products of its kind, and on  February 23, 2016, it was released in its final 5.3.3 version. Even though the engine was used by numerous developers over the years, the tech demo recently released by the Unity team finally managed to show us exactly what it is capable of. The demo is a part of a real-time rendered short film named “Adam,” which will be released in its complete version during the Unite Europe 2016 event set to take place in Amsterdam.

The demo looks amazing, at least in my opinion, and even though it’s not likely that any new title will end up sporting these graphics, it’s still incredible to see what gaming might look like in the future, when mainstream hardware will be able to handle such detail levels. As for the film itself, it starts off by showing us a cyborg that’s trying to figure out what he has become. Judging by the fact that a display installed on its chest shows off a felony code and a faded mugshot, I suspect that we might be looking at a unique form of sentencing that forces lawbreakers to live the rest of their days as cyborgs. It’s an interesting concept, and we’ll definitely find out the official story soon enough, but until then we’ll just have to settle for the following video.

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