ILL’s New Trailer Promises Hyper-Realistic Graphics & Guaranteed Terror [VIDEO]

ILL, the survival horror from indie studio Team Clout, is being developed in Unreal Engine 5.



It’s been roughly a year since the small indie studio Clout Games unveiled the game project then known as ILL. The team released several videos simulating the game’s look like animated with Unreal Engine 4. Although the game was not yet in development when the trailers were shown, they gave us an idea of what the game they were designing would look like.

The studio launched a Patreon campaign to fund the game, and finally, almost a year later, we’ve seen a video for the first time, this time in-game, and the result is frankly astonishing. As PC Gamer pointed out, the studio, renamed Team Clout, worked on Unreal Engine 5, and it shows in the lighting, textures and the way the different materials reflect light.

Hyper-realistic graphics and a horror atmosphere in the new in-game trailer for ILL

Unlike the concept videos, this new trailer shows no action, instead of focusing on atmosphere, with a detailed environment where our character communicates through a radio, in style reminiscent of classic horror movies. Some of the movements, such as the movement of the gun in our character’s hand, reflect clever animations and a genuine sense of weight.

The trailer is rounded off by an impeccable ambient soundtrack by electronic music artist Lorn. Team Clout is a Canadian studio that used to make games for mobile devices under the name Woof Games, and after reforming the team, they moved to new offices to start their latest project, ILL.

Although the team is active, there is no estimated release date yet, sharing information on social media, where we have seen some visuals of the enemies that terrorise us. The horror genre is not losing momentum, with several titles coming, including a new game from the creator of Silent Hill.

Source: PC Gamer

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