The DRAMA Team Answers Players' Questions About Unrecord, a UE5-Powered FPS With Photorealistic Graphics

The developers commented on the game's estimated release date, optimization, porting, and more.

Following the recently-released demo for Unrecord, a WiP single-player first-person shooter being created by a French indie game development studio DRAMA, the team behind the project has also published a brief FAQ section, responding to questions and concerns from players.

In their statement, DRAMA's developers confirmed that the game runs on Unreal Engine 5, without any real-life footage or external rendering, finding the positive comments regarding Unrecord's photorealistic graphics to be "rather flattering". In addition, the team noted that the footage shown in the aforementioned demo was "captured from an executable and played using a keyboard and mouse", saying that Unrecord is not and most likely won't be a VR title.

Furthermore, the team went over the issues of optimization and porting, saying that even though they cannot guarantee a perfectly optimized game, they "will meet the expectations of gamers and deliver accordingly". As for porting, the developers commented that they "don't see any issue with porting [Unrecord] to consoles" once the game is complete.

And as a cherry on top, Alexandre "esankiy" Spindler has also shared a new behind-the-scenes demo showing the previous demo in the UE5 viewport, proving that it is neither a fake nor a video recording:

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