1943: Rise of Hydra showcases the splendor of Unreal Engine 5.4

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1943: Rise of Hydra showcases the splendor of Unreal Engine 5.4

Gamers don’t have to complain when it comes to cool superhero games. Okay, Suicide Squad wasn’t that good, but The Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, on the other hand, is a box office success. We think that 1943: Rise of Hydra belongs in the Spider-Man category, although we do not base that on playing the game itself, but on the trailer and knowing who is behind this game.

1943: Rise of Hydra

Uncharted writer Amy Hennig has taken on this project along with the studio Skydance New Media. Skydance is a film studio and it’s no surprise that the first trailer revealed about the game is a very cinematic story. At first we even had to look twice to see whether it was a game or a film or series. There is another reason for this confusion: this game is built on the new Unreal engine 5.4. It was therefore in honor of Epic’s State of Unreal at the Game Developers Conference that this trailer was launched.

This Marvel game is story-driven and offers action-adventure gameplay, which is one of the most accessible gameplay options. 1943: Rise of Hydra lets you control Captain America and Black Panther, among others. Marvel writes: “As the game’s story unfolds, players take on the role of four central characters: a young Steve Rogers, AKA Captain America; Azzuri, T’Challa’s grandfather and the Black Panther of World War II; Gabriel Jones, an American soldier and member of the Howling Commandos; and Nanali, a Wakandan spy in occupied Paris.”

Published in 2025

On the one hand, this game has many ingredients to become a great success, but on the other hand, it also has some things going against it. For example, Skydance is a youngster when it comes to making games: we have never even seen a game of it. In addition, a game that immediately looks so beautiful in a trailer can sometimes become overhyped. At the same time, there are good people in the game, or rather games, because there is also a Star Wars game in the making. Developers have been recruited from Bethesda, Insomniac, Arkane, Respawn and Ubisoft.

1943: Rise of Hydra will be released in 2025.

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