Unreal PT Remake Walkthrough

8 January 2019
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Unreal PT Remake Walkthrough

This Unreal PT Remake walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of gameplay with strategy tips for this horror game demo on the PC with VR support. – You can find the PS4’s original P.T. demo (made by Hideo Kojima & Guillermo Del Toro!) from 4 years ago on our “Silent Hills Demo Walkthrough” page.

This guide’s on-screen puzzle solutions show you how to finish the game’s 14 room loops!

Please note that viewers must be at least 18 to watch, so no harm comes to those with innocent eyes. This game includes Blood and Gore, Drug Reference, Intense Violence, Suggestive Themes.

FAQ:

What is Unreal PT?

Unreal PT is a short psychological horror game, completely recreating the atmosphere and gameplay of the PT originally published on the Playstation 4.

About the Making of Unreal PT.

Unreal PT was under constant development over the course of 9 months, starting in April 2018 and ending in January 2019. Textures, models, animations, gameplay, and code have been recreated from scratch (more details on this in the development logs).

Specs/Technical.

Performance: The game has been optimized; however, there are graphics options to help further increase performance if you have a less powerful GPU.

Minimum Tested Specs:
CPU: i3-7100U 7th Generation with Intel HD 620
GPU: Integrated
RAM: 8GB DDR4
HQ SSR Turned off and resolution at 35% gets ~30fps with these specs

Gameplay Notes.

Supported controls: Mouse + Keyboard, Playstation and Xbox controllers, VR motion controllers.

Additional Notes: The gameplay is nearly identical to the original. The biggest difference is the very end of the game has been changed slightly to make beating it more consistent. The controls are explained as the game progresses, but if you get stuck at any point I’ve included two text files in the main directory, one with the controls, the other with a guide on how to beat the game.

Virtual Reality.

NOTE: The game will automatically start in VR mode if you have a VR headset connected
But it looks like VR is completely busted and has multiple issues. You are welcome to try it, but it’s not recommended per se.

Thanks to RadiusGordello & IGN for the walkthrough tips and video.

Do you need help anywhere? Please don’t hesitate to ask in the comments section below. We’re here to help out!

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Ferry Groenendijk By Ferry Groenendijk: He is the founder and editor of Video Games Blogger. He loved gaming from the moment he got a Nintendo with Super Mario Bros. on his 8th birthday. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and at Google+.


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