Alexandre Spindler, the programmer and co-director behind Unrecord, an upcoming “bodycam FPS” from Studios DRAMA that features hyper-realistic visuals, has posted a new video of the game to clarify that the project isn’t “fake” following comments from critics who have claimed that it is just another glorified FMV game. Spindler’s video has racked up over a million views since it was tweeted in the afternoon, and while it comprises only 42 seconds of footage, it seems to confirm that Unrecord fans should be getting what’s being advertised, with portions of the game having been teased through developer tools and other software. Unrecord is described as a single-player FPS that tells the story of a tactical police officer from the perspective of his body camera, and fans can wishlist it now through Steam ahead of its release date (TBA).
Unrecord Key Features
- An original aiming system: free-aiming system with authentic ADS and unrestricted hand movements.
- Die and retry combat with a technical and minimalist approach. No room for errors; it’s up to you to develop your own tactics.
- Make dialogue choices that impact your experience, even during combat.
- A narrative-driven FPS focusing on a plot rich in twists, inspired by the best crime and thriller stories.
- Artistic direction that plays with the perspective of video and bodycam footage, creating a trompe l’oeil experience.
From a Steam description:
Unrecord is a tactical shooter where players can expect an immersive and narrative experience. Unrecord features complex dialogues, innovative gameplay mechanics, tough moral dilemmas, and a unique shooting system. The storyline in Unrecord can be compared to a detective novel or a thriller. The player will have to investigate several criminal cases and confront a diverse cast of characters. The game’s plot and presentation will be central to the gameplay experience, and players can anticipate a range of gameplay sequences as well as numerous plot twists.
For those who thought Unrecord was fake or a video, sorry. 😌 pic.twitter.com/41ESKMISy1— Alexandre Spindler (@esankiy) April 20, 2023