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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter took its time to reach Xbox One but it will finally be available on Microsoft's console on January 19. Since we got our hands on a review build and we're not tied by any embargo, here are a few videos captured on Xbox One X in different resolutions (4K/1440p/1080p) with unlimited framerate. It is however possible to lock the framerate at 30 frames per second in all 3 resolutions. Strangely enough though, when we tested the locked framerate option, the game seemed to be locked at 32 instead of 30. In 1080 and 1440p and the unlocked framerate option, it seems pretty steady from what we've seen.
Note: All our videos were captured in free roam mode.

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Now that we can record compressed 4K/HDR videos with our newly aquired Shogun Inferno, we had to make sure lossless capture would finally be possible with Amarec. We installed a faster SSD and it did the trick, as proven by the following videos. To show you that Gamersyde is now perfectly ready to reach new horizons, what better games than Forza Horizon 3 running at 60 fps on PC (ultra settings but no MSAA) and Horizon: Zero Dawn running at 30 fps on PS4 Pro.
Update: We've just added a video of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter.
Update 2: A small taste of Alan Wake in 4K.

GSY Video PS4 PC

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter was released yesterday on PS4 and we can show you a few minutes of gameplay footage, with more to come tomorrow. The game is now running on Unreal Engine 4 and while it looks quite nice the performance on PS4 could have been better, especially during fast camera movements.
Update - 3 videos added.

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter ran a bit late yesterday but it was finally released on Steam durring the night and we can now propose two videos we quiclky captured this morning. We'll need more time to forge ourselves an opinion on the game, but the beginning is mesmerizing to say the least. The forest we wander in looks so real it feels as if you could actually get lost. More to come later, but don't be too impatient, I've been sick for a few days now and the end of the week has not made it any easier on me. Stay tuned!
Update: Added two videos.
Update 2: Added two new videos: Investigation and Events.

Video PS4 PC

The Astronauts has just announced the release date for The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, the weird fiction-inspired mystery game. The title will hit PC on September 25th (PS4 version later next year as revealed during Gamescom). Besides that you should take a look at the official site for new details, OST sampler and special pre-order edition. Now what's better than a 13 minutes-long walkthrough commented by Game Designer Adrian Chmielarz to get a good glimpse of what you can expect in a month whe you'll control occult-minded private detective Paul Prospero.
Note: the 2.3Gb file is available only through bittorent, don't worry download speed remains good.

Trailer PS4 PC

Rejoice PS4 owners and weird fiction fans since The Vanishing of Ethan Carter will hit PlayStation 4 next year. The occult mystery title from The Astronauts will debut on PC later this year and pre-orders start next week. Get a new glimpse with the Gamescom trailer that deals with one of the murder the detective solves throughout his investigation.

Trailer PC

The developers at The Astronauts are still working meticulously on their promising game The Vanishing of Ethan Carter and today they give a new glimpse with this in-game trailer. It focuses on the mood and the visuals they achieved thanks to photogrammetry technology. The team aims to bring a horror tale and an atmoshphere worthy of the weird fiction stories around Paul Prospero, the detective we'll control when the game's out later this year.

Images PC

Here's a new screenshot for The Astronauts' dark tale title The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. The developer is using photogrammetry method to create the world of the title while keeping a visual style that fits their weid fiction game. You can read more about this on their site.

Images PC

Announced in February 2013 by indie studio The Astronauts, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is finally showing itself with these first in-game screens. In this first-person perspective game, the player controls an occult detective named Paul Prospero who has the ability to visualize the final moments of any murdered person. With beautiful landscapes and macabre mood, the player has to find clues in order to find out what happened to the vanished boy. No precise release date, the team also hope to bring it onto next-gen consoles.

Trailer PC

Here's an interesting indie game that is coming this year on PC. The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is labelled as a "weird fiction horror" inspired by early 20th century weird and macabre tales. It is developed by The Astronauts, a team comprised of People Can Fly veterans. Players will take on the role of a detective (with the supernatural ability to visualize scenes of lethal crimes) that investigate the kidnapping of a young boy. Details, teaser and a screenshot inside.

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    nostradamus something? F. right off. no can do, mein Führer. (18 Hours ago)

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    nostradamus some pacing and life. I don't mind the puzzle zones trigger some quiet time, all fine and dandy, but the awfull back and forth in the whole island withou a melodic sound? even crafted in the game or (18 Hours ago)

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    nostradamus first thing i did for the "no music" The Witness was give a middle finger to Blow, and use MP3 or youtube to stream so classic composers, and give the dull game world (every one is dead how original) (18 Hours ago)

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    nostradamus and its funny as hell how thsi game has some organ/gregorian chorus (picks up in the key moments) for the soundtrack. it's sublime (these are the dudes who made sesious sam?! L.o.l.) (18 Hours ago)

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    nostradamus the dev's walking sim "now you get it" to appreciate a good puzzle. Still love The Witness, but i like direct simplicity more. (19 Hours ago)

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