Titanic: Honor and Glory Trailers and Screenshots Show the Titanic Rebuilt in Unreal Engine 4 and More

on November 23, 2014 7:03 PM

Titanic: Honor and Glory‘s release is still quite far away in the future, but we can catch a glimpse on the game thanks to a batch of new trailers and screenshots released by Four Funnels Entertainment.

We get to see the work-in progress version of the Titanic itself rebuilt in Unreal Engine 4 (the project previously used Cryengine 3), and the models for the port of Southampton with no textures applied. The developer stressed on the fact that nothing displayed is final, and everything will be improved on further.

The level of detail is definitely impressive, and it’ll be interesting to see just how far the team will be able to bring their reproduction of the ship and of the surrounding environment. The project has a tentative release year in 2017, so we’ll have to wait quite a while.

 /  Executive News Editor
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