Bloody Disgusting has learned that Tonika Games has reached an agreement with Filmax to create a video game based on Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza’ [REC] franchise!
As translated, the game will faithfully reproduce the content of much of the story, divided into four worlds, one for each part of the franchise. So, at first, users will enjoy the first two phases which will be referring to [REC] and [REC] 2, and after premiering as they are the third and fourth installment.
The official game of [REC] has been developed with Unity3D technology, a powerful game engine used to create products on multiple platforms, including hardcore Platforms PlayStation and mobile devices such as iPhone and Android.
The concept of play, gender-based FPS (First Person Shooter), exploits the possibilities of the 3D engine to provide the player with an immersive experience in first person whose goal is to meet modeled scenarios successive missions from the original locations of the films.
In the design and development process is taken into account very scary atmosphere of the film, employing a dynamic lighting scheme and a special surround sound library. On the other hand, the choice of weapons available for each scene and character has been taken into account the component of action and violence which is also the hallmark of the franchise.
The game will be available on the following devices: iPhone, iPad, PC, Blackberry, and Android tablet. It will be available in several languages: Castilian, English, French, Italian and German. The price of 2.99 euros will download will be available in the first quarter of 2012.
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