The Beast Inside 4K Demo – GTX 1080 Ti

Take a look at this non narrated, no wimpy screaming gameplay demo of the upcoming horror game, The Beast Inside from Polish developers Illusion Ray. The purpose of the video is not only highlight the current Kickstarter campaign which you can support, but how well the game is currently running at 4K resolution with maximum graphics settings (using a GTX 1080 Ti). The Beast Inside is planned for a 2019 release on PC with Xbox One and PS4 versions planned. It’s pretty engrossing and showing off some neat touches so far. However, don’t just take our word for it, support the kickstarter and gain access to the demo.


The Beast Inside is a narrative-driven horror experience, with photorealistic graphics that utilize the full potential of Unreal Engine 4. providing a beautiful setting that allows players to uncover the dark mysteries of the past. The central character, Adam, is a young C.I.A. cryptanalyst, who moves to a house in remote location and intends to work peacefully in seclusion to break a Soviet code, which could be the key to turning the tide of the Cold War. In the house, Adam finds the diary of Nicolas, a mysterious man living more than hundred years ago, in the Civil War era. Uncovering a terrible secret, the past comes alive and haunts Adam and his family. Their lives are at stake, but how are the events from the American Civil War connected to the Cold War reality?

Key Features:

-Play alternately as Adam and Nicolas in two different time periods – Cold War and American Civil War.
-Semi-open, explorable and complex world with atmospheric, remote locations such as a two-story old house, woodlands, swamps, or deserted inn.
-AAA quality presentation, combining photorealistic graphics and advanced programming techniques.
-Hide and escape the various entities that pursue you or fight them using a revolver, environmental advantages and your wits.
-Fully interactive environment.
-Solve many interaction-based, physics-based and cryptography-inspired puzzles.
-Paranoid and surreal atmosphere, heavily inspired by psychological and mind-bending movies and games well-known to genre fanatics.

Written by: Robert Cram

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