Stay in the Light

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  1. PocketRoguesLead

    PocketRoguesLead New Member

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    Good afternoon, we want to bring to your attention the project of our friends:)

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    Stay in the Light is an immersive first person horror game that builds suspense and tension in a completely next-gen graphics setting. Utilizing the latest Ray Tracing features of GTX and RTX Nvidia cards, you use real-time reflections to avoid danger and solve puzzles as you loot for treasure. Dungeons are built using a combination of smartly designed randomization and hand crafted elements to keep you marveling at the high end graphics while constantly keeping you on your toes.

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    You are being hunted by Him, a creature lurking in a mysterious dungeon. With only a few items, a mirror, a torch and some chalk, you must survive this hellish place. There are treasures to be found, puzzles to solve and clues to uncover.

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    Stay in the Light requires a GTX or RTX card capable of Ray Tracing. Using the latest version of Unreal 4 it makes use of ray traced reflections and shadows for gameplay that could only be done with this new technology.

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    In Stay in the Light, the mirror reflects things behind you with pixel perfect accuracy. Light and shadows are key elements of gameplay. This game uses cutting edge rendering techniques to create completely new gameplay experiences as well as showing off the hardware capability of Ray Tracing graphics.

    The latest Nvidia drivers and Windows 10 must be installed in order to play Stay in the Light correctly. It requires a 1060 GTX card or higher.

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