We were looking forward to experiencing the world of double reality Average Momentarily. The developer merges the old with the new in the latest horror effort. In fact, both sides were recently featured in Extended Play Trailer. It’s the new, more interesting aspect, with its dual-reality mechanic going so far as to force the game to be next-gen only. While presenting two worlds simultaneously is an artistic marvel, there is more to it than just horsepower.
The developer just has it Another video was released In the behind the scenes series. This examines how each reality contains a completely different artistic style. Real world items Average It has a muted color palette, and the team tried to capture the “dullness of everyday life” in this mode. It’s a little bleak if we’re being honest, but the style works in creating a stark contrast to the spirit world.
In this world, colors and scenes are full of bright orange tones. Team Bloober says it tried to make the spirit world feel more organic, but distinctly different from the natural world. The scenes still reflect each other, and the developer has made a deliberate effort to create an uncomfortable alternate reality that is still strangely familiar.
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Details of dual reality
The level of detail gets subtle, too. The Bloober Team began by creating environments with little things like bones and fabrics, before using them to influence visual design in general. There is a strong focus on environmental storytelling here, which is central to the horror game.
Overall, the game definitely sounds fun. Mediator The dual-reality mechanic sets the game apart from other team projects, and we love the obvious effects from classic survival horror. We hope the two facts come together to create a coherent experience.
Average It launches January 28 on Steam, the Epic Games Store, and the Microsoft Store. Pre-orders currently offer 10% off, dropping the game down to $ 44.99.