Hasbane’s team releases a new Instinction video full of prehistoric creatures and, for the occasion, confirms the transition to Unreal Engine 5 to develop this dark-hued shooter inspired by Dino Crisis and Turok.
The transition to the new generation of the Epic Games graphics engine will give New Zealand developers the opportunity to further expand the playful, content and technological perimeter of their shooter steeped in horror and survival elements.
In the single-player mode, Instinction will drop us in a free roaming context characterized by a jungle full of puzzles to unravel and, of course, prehistoric animals to hunt. The solving of environmental puzzles will give access to the ancient artifacts of an unknown civilization, through which you can increase your powers in view of the battles with the most difficult creatures. Dynamic weather will also play a role in game economics, with storms, sudden gusts of wind and other impromptu events that will affect dinosaur AI and spur users to constantly vary their approach to hunting and free exploration. of the map.
Hasbane’s digital forges also promise to take full advantage of Unreal Engine 5 to ensure a gameplay experience made even more immersive and realistic by the adoption of Ray Tracing and DLSS from NVIDIA. Instinctions is scheduled for release in 2022 on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X / S. If you want to know more about this project, here you will find our special discovering Instinction curated by Giovanni Panzano.