Have you ever wondered how the massive Titanic looked from within? This luxurious ship has been depicted in modern media so many times that it’s now more legend than history. There have been many games that tried to portray the beauty and grandeur of this mega cruise-ship, but none were able to capture the scale of the mighty Titanic. That however is apparently going to change. Vintage Digital Revival LLC is developing a game using the Unreal Engine 4 that will incorporate the entire vessel, and base a Sherlock Holmes style mystery-thriller named “Titanic: Honor and Glory” aboard the iconic ship.

Titanic: Honor and Glory

As of now, the game is confirmed for PC, but the console versions are also intended. The game will have a standard and a VR version, and looking at the requirements it can be safely said that you won’t be needing a monster rig to run it.


For Demo with HTC Vive:

Recommended Approximate Specs:

Windows Vista/7/8/10

Video Output: HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2 or newer

USB Port: 1x USB 2.0 or better port

Intel i5-4590, AMD FX 8350 equivalent or better

8GB RAM or more

Nvidia GeForce GTX 970, AMD Radeon R9 290 equivalent or better (2GB or 4GB or more memory)

At least 8GB of free HD space to download, and at least 11GB or more to unpack and run the demo, plus space for SteamVR/Vive installation

For Demo 3 Stand-alone:

Recommended Approximate Specs:

Windows Vista/7/8/10

3.5Ghz Intel Core i7 CPU or better

8GB to 16GB RAM or more

2GB or 4GB Nvidia GPU

At least 8GB of free HD space to download, and at least 11GB or more to unpack and run the demo.
Titanic: Honor and Glory

The focus of Titanic: Honor and Glory is to come up with an authentic representation of the ship, along with many elements relating to it that bring the player into more of the year 1912 – the British train lines, the White Star Line tenders, other ships of the time, and even a large portion of the harbor city of Southampton, England.

If nothing else, the game certainly is turning into an ambitious project. The player will get to interact with 200 real-life characters in what the developers are calling “the most faithful” depiction of the RMS Titanic in the early 20th century. We’ll keep an eye on this project and let you know of any notable developments. In the mean time, you can try out the demo here. It’s not as appealing as the main game, but a fairly decent indication of how the final product will look like.

Owen Robert Morgan

The Story

Some people are in the wrong place at the wrong time. This is the case for Owen Robert Morgan, a 23-year-old American and Oxford University student living in Britain. On his way to meet an old friend, he finds himself the prime suspect behind a series of sinister international crimes. After fleeing arrest, all he can do to prove his innocence is follow the only lead he has: the true perpetrators are fleeing Europe on board the RMS Titanic. Will Morgan mystery and gather sufficient proof before he’s found? Or will history take an unthinkable turn, pitting him into a fight for his name and his life?

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