Plenty of first-person shooters are pushing boundaries with their visuals, but DRAMA’s Unrecord is taking an altogether different approach. The tactical shooter sees you playing as a police officer, with gameplay from the perspective of his bodycam. Check it out below, courtesy of IGN.
As a result of this perspective, combat feels more gritty and tactical. While there is some debate over the legitimacy of the visuals, the idea is unique. Along with shooting baddies, players can also engage in conversation with characters, as seen with dialogue choices at the end of the gameplay. Its Steam page indicates “tough moral dilemmas” as players investigate different cases and interact with a “diverse cast of characters.”
Interestingly, it has a “free-aiming” system with “authentic ADS” and no restriction on hand movements. How deep the narrative will be, especially when it’s inspired by “the best crime and thriller stories,” remains to be seen. Unrecord is currently in development for PC and has no release date. Stay tuned for more details and updates in the coming months.