Do you remember Caffeine? It’s the upcoming science fiction psychological horror indie game, that is slated for PCs running Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The game is an Unreal Engine 4 title, one of the first (and by virtue of that, one of the more high profile ones), and it also functions to serve as a technical showpiece for what all can be achieved with that engine, even with minimal resources, as a result.
Caffeine also got a demo released a while back, admittedly one released in a somewhat unfinished state. As promised, the demo has since been updated to patch in the missing features, and is now in v0.3. The newest update adds in a slew of features, including enhanced lighting, and advanced graphical settings in the game launcher. The full list of updates is provided below:
- Advanced Graphical Settings (In Launcher)
- 64-Bit Core (Caffeine Requires a 64-Bit Operating System At The Moment)
- Enabled Developer Console (For Tweaking Oculus Settings)
- Enhanced Lighting
- Upgraded To Unreal Engine 4.2 Base (FPS increase observed on my mid level system)
We’ll have more for you on Caffeine as it develops. Stay tuned.