Manhunt Remaster would look absolutely incredible
Rockstar Games‘ 2003 title Manhunt was a brutal and violent game that was first released on the PS2 in 2003. It later arrived on PC and the original Xbox in 2004, and over the years has become a cult classic among gamers. Despite its controversial content, Manhunt has been praised for its dark atmosphere, intense gameplay, and clever level design, not to mention its extreme gore. With its unique blend of stealth and gorey elements, it’s no wonder why Manhunt ended up getting banned in certain countires.
Manhunt is a brutal game that puts players in the shoes of death row inmate James Earl Cash. Players are tasked with killing enemies known as Hunters, and there’s plenty of choice when it comes to how they approach this objective. Whether you choose to go in guns blazing or take a more stealthy approach, Manhunt offers an intense and thrilling experience that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Everything around you was a way to take somebody out – from meat clevers, carrier bags and chainsaws to forcing an ememy into a wood chipper or using your surroundings to find the best and of course the bloodyest way to kill them.
Rockstar Games has been known for their brutal and intense video games, but since the sequal in 2007, the Manhunt series has been left untouched. It’s not too surprising though; after all, the original game was so intense that it was banned in some countries!
Despite the studio’s focus on their upcoming Grand Theft Auto instalment, fans are still holding out hope that Manhunt will make its triumphant return
Manhunt has been given a new lease of life with the help of NVIDIA’s RTX Remix and YouTube creator EiermannTelevision. The visuals have been remastered to include simulated path tracing, giving the game a more modern look
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