Project Mara: the new trailer shows the absolute realism of the graphics

    Project Mara: the new trailer shows the absolute realism of the graphics

    Project Mara, horror title in production by the British Ninja Theory, promises sparks. Not much is known about the video game, announced about a year ago with a thrilling teaser trailer. What is certain, however, is that it will be an exclusive Microsoft products, since the British software house, in 2018, was bought by the US giant. After much silence, the work returns to show itself and does so with a development trailer released by the same production company. The very first thing that catches the eye is the absolute realism of the graphics: the objects that make up the game environment are returned in a sublime way. An example? A very banal sink is transformed into an authentic graphic work of art.



    Thanks to this short video, we learn about a very important plot factor: the events of Project Mara will take place entirely in a wonderful apartment really existing and beautifully rebuilt by the developers of Ninja Theory. Nothing is left to chance, from the maniacal care of the textures, which return a pure feeling to gamers, depending on the environment they visit, to the piles of dust that hide in the darkest corners of the house. In conclusion, we are faced with a virtual masterpiece and we are sure that gamers can't wait to have it in their hands.

    Here, how long will you have to wait to be able to play it? Still, sadly, there is no release date. What else do we know about the title? We know he will take care of eviscerating the mental suffering. To do this, the development team, led by Tameem Antoniades, will benefit from the invaluable contribution of internationally renowned experts and scientists. All for the ambitious aim of putting gamers face to face with their anxieties and fears. Among all, the figure of Professor Paul Fletcher of the prestigious Cambridge University. This information comes from a video, launched on Ninja Theory's social channels in October 2019, which announced to the world the birth of the The Insight Project, code name of the highly anticipated work.



    add a comment of Project Mara: the new trailer shows the absolute realism of the graphics
    Comment sent successfully! We will review it in the next few hours.