Around three days ago, SEGA revealed the World Premiere of their upcoming Sonic Frontier. The 7-minute premiere disappointed fans for the long-awaited game as #DelaySonicFrontiers was trending for a short amount of time on Twitter.
However, one fan from Brazil seems to have taken it upon themselves and made their version of the Sonic game. YouTube channel, Detonando Gueek, posted a video showing a “Sonic Tech Demo,” which they made using Unreal Engine 5. They further added that their version of the Sonic game includes Lumen, DLSS, and DLSS Sharpness.
Unreal Engine is a free game development engine offered by Epic Games. The player executed the use of the Unreal Engine brilliantly to craft a marvellous looking Sonic game. However, at the same time, there is a lot of work that needs to be done on the game.
For instance, the running of Sonic looks shaky, and the grass or the ground looks distorted, but at the same time, the scenery and other faraway land look immensely beautiful. The tech demo was developed in a very short period of time, and by just one person, so it was a job well done, as appreciated by others.
The video had a lot of potential for the fan-made game. The player also included some footage from developmental stages towards the end. We can confidently say that the player put a lot of effort and hard work into making their own Sonic game.
Amidst the backlash to Sonic Frontier and fans even wanting the game to be delayed to be better, this was a great refreshment from Detonando Gueek. Fans all over the internet are appreciating the fan-made version of the Sonic game, especially after knowing that just one person developed the game.
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