Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:20pm 25/05/22 | 0 Comments
Okay so when I fired up the new 4K RTX trailer for Loopmancer, a game that wasn't on my radar, the visuals immediately brought back memories of just how amazing Cyberpunk 2077 looks on a high-end PC. Stunning rain-soaked, neon-lit city-scapes with atmosphere aplenty.
And then the gameplay kicked in, showcasing fast-paced side-scrolling action in what's being described as a roguelite.
Loopmancer is a 3D platformer roguelite action game with realistic graphics that takes place in a cyberpunk universe. Players play as a detective who comes back to life after an unexpected death, and battle in this lifelike and futuristic city of the east.
With seven city districts that will alter between runs, and over 100 different weapons and limb-based skills, it looks damn cool. And something we definitely want to play.
But yeah, visually this look awesome. All of those ray-tracing effects were added using freely-available Unreal Engine 4 features, where it seems DLSS was added too. On that front NVIDIA is highlighting this as an example of what can be achieved fairly quickly and easily. Based on the below, this is something (like with Cyberpunk 2007) that you'll need to turn on DLSS in order to play.
Loopmancer is on track for release in the coming months, so be sure to head on over to Steam to add it to your Wishlist. There's also a playable demo that includes DLSS support.