Grab ‘The Matrix Awakens’ Unreal demo before it’s delisted on July 9th

Time is running out to download Epic Games The Matrix awakens. The free interactive open-world demo, built with Unreal Engine 5, will be removed from the PlayStation and Xbox stores on July 9th. Fortunately, players can still access the game an unlimited number of times after downloading it. The connection experience The Matrix Resurrections debuted last year and was one of the first examples of what Epic’s next-gen game engine can do. UE5 has since been released to the wider developer community.

While The Matrix awakens isn’t a complete game, but it’s still a memorable introduction to UE5’s stunning graphics and natural light. Players are essentially given free rein to roam the title matrix and enjoy the visual effects. The game was written by Lana Wachowski, the co-writer and director of The Matrix trilogy films and features appearances by Carrie-Anne Moss and Keanu Reeves.

If you are already immersed in the world of The Matrix awakens and interested in experiencing more games with UE5, a number of new titles have been announced, including a new one Grave robbers GameARC 2, the upcoming one witcher game and Black Myth: Wukong. You can watch gameplay footage from The Matrix awakens (available on PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S console) below.

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