First In-Game Footage Released For Cliff Bleszinski’s Project Bluestreak

By   /   Mar 8, 2015

A couple of days ago, Boss Key Productions and Cliff Bleszinski announced that it would be showcasing Project Bluestreak for the first time at PAX East.

The upcoming sci-fi PC arena title is powered by Unreal Engine 4 and so far has only been mentioned as a project very dear to the Gears of War developer. No other information of any kind has been shared so far, except that the game is looking really beautiful.

We can now judge that beauty for ourselves – in a manner of saying – through footage captured by PC Gamer. The video is off-camera quality but until Boss Key Productions releases a high-def version of it, something is better than nothing.

From the first in-game footage, it seems like the game is Japanese themed. You can see a peaceful Japanese garden with cherry blossoms and stacked samurai armor. The lighting seems pretty good, and with Unreal Engine 4 at its core, we can expect a visually sound title.

Maybe we’ll be seeing more about the game at E3 2015.

Source PC Gamer

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