Caffeine Featuring 2K Resolution, Fixes in New Demo Releasing This Week

The Unreal Engine 4 adventure is shaping up to look better than ever.

Posted By | On 14th, May. 2014

Caffeine

Incandescent Imaging’s Caffeine will be receiving a new demo this week and the indie first person horror adventure title will be including quite the number of features to impress potential backers. Along with the changes included, creator Dylan Browne also revealed a WIP video for the real time global illumination in the game. Check it out above.

Caffeine Demo v 0.2 will include new scares, wall pylons, dynamic station rotation, a new reception area and graphical settings. But most amazing of all, it will also support 2K resolution displays and higher. Supported resolutions will include 2560×1440, 2560×1600, 3200×1800, 3840×2160 so if you’ve been looking to test out that new 4K monitor of yours, Caffeine is the way to go. Other fixes include audio log volume and fixing collisions to corner walls.

To show your support for Caffeine and help fund the development of this Unreal Engine 4 adventure, simply head to Indiegogo. Stay tuned for more information.


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