An enthusiast opened The Day Before and discovered a Frankenstein game. It looks like it's assembled from dozens of Unreal Engine assets

by alex

Before the launch of The Day Before, developers were repeatedly accused of using ready-made assets from the Unreal Engine Marketplace. It looks like these were not empty words

The Day Before recently launched on Steam Early Access. The quality of the game raises certain questions.

A developer under the nickname SALAZAR decided to open The Day Before and delve into the files. Judging by the results of his investigation, this game is made from ready-made assets. He calls it nothing less than “a Frankenstein of assets.”

SALAZAR expressed the following opinion: “The game is assembled from dozens of assets on the Unreal Marketplace. Just dozens of assets that are familiar to me [animations, textures, building models, prop models]. To confirm my words, google any folder name and you will get an asset on the market…

In fact, there is practically no original content in the game. Only a couple of folders of people with the names “Egor”, “Diana”, “Emil”.“.

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At the same time, SALAZAR advertised his project, you can add to your Steam wishlist here.

An enthusiast opened The Day Before and discovered a Frankenstein game. It looks like it's assembled from dozens of Unreal Engine assets

An enthusiast opened The Day Before and discovered a Frankenstein game. It looks like it's assembled from dozens of Unreal Engine assets

An enthusiast opened The Day Before and discovered a Frankenstein game. It looks like it's assembled from dozens of Unreal Engine assets

An enthusiast opened The Day Before and discovered a Frankenstein game. It looks like it's assembled from dozens of Unreal Engine assets

An enthusiast opened The Day Before and discovered a Frankenstein game. It looks like it's assembled from dozens of Unreal Engine assets

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