8-bit Studios recently announced an agreement with Epic Games to use the latest Unreal Engine 4 to develop their upcoming videogame, Skara – the Blade Remains. Originally announced as a multiplatform title, Skara – the Blade Remains has been confirmed as in development for next-generation consoles.
Unreal Engine 4′s architecture will allow Skara to cut down on development time, ensuring a scheduled beta delivery for December 2013. With its new features, Unreal Engine 4 will ensure Skara – the Blade Remains achieves high-end visuals while remaining both scalable and accessible to all different platforms, including the next-generation consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
“Unreal 4 will allow us to develop Skara with the features and quality we wanted.” said Pablo, co-founder of Skara, “It is an enormous privilege to be licensed to use it and we are extremely excited to begin experimenting with it.”
Skara – the Blade Remains is both a competitive and co-operative multiplayer videogame that will allow live action and hand-to-hand combat between as many as sixteen players in multiple arenas. No release date has yet been set for Skara – the Blade Remains, but Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest details.