SimulaM developer shared a new video gameplay dedicated to I Am Jesus Christ, the simulator that will allow us to experience the salient phases of the life of Jesus Christ. The video shows us the graphics in the Unreal Engine of the Mar in Galilee, but also some real game sections.
The video shows us the latest developments of I Am Jesus Christ, which took place in the last month. At the beginning of July we had already had the opportunity to see some game environments, as we had reported. Now, SimulaM shows us the region of the Sea of Galilee, a freshwater lake located in Galilee. The movie, around fifty seconds, shows us the map of the region from Google Maps and indicates the position of the neighboring villages.
SimulaM has recreated the Sea of Galilee and the various settlements along the coast, such as Tiberias, which is immediately shown to us inside the Unreal Engine. The developer travels through the game areas very quickly, but allows us to see some details. Overall, I Am Jesus Christ appears visually well done, probably also thanks to the change of the graphic engine (previously it was developed in Unity).
Around the fourth minute of video, we have a chance to see one real gameplay section complete with on-screen HUD (probably provisional). The player moves with a first person view and can speak to an NPC. We see that there is a compass, at the top, as in many open world games. I Am jesus Christ will also include an inventory and a hunger system: we will have to collect berries to feed ourselves on a regular basis. The section shown is however very poor, since the character walks in the middle of nature without doing much else, until he arrives at Giovanni Battista, where the video ends.
We know that I Am Jesus Christ will offer ten hours of gameplay and will allow us to perform over 30 miracles. It will be released on PC via Steam.