If successful, two action adventure games with an open world in the style of Grand Theft Auto will be created in Slovakia in the future. The first with a title Vivat Slovakia we’ve known for a long time, it takes place in a scaled-down version of Bratislava during the wild 90s, and the atmosphere can remind you of the successful Czech Mafia. Now let’s get acquainted with the second project.
Saint Martin is a title from Tomáš Králik, who presents his play set in the Slovak city of Martin. He uses the most modern in his work Unreal Engine 5 and presents the progress in a ten-minute gameplay video.
We see the interior of a house with a kitchen, receiving an order from the phone, walking around the city, driving in a vehicle with a radio playing various Slovak songs, climbing a fence, exchanging weapons, silent killing with a knife, tracking a target through binoculars, sniping, a shootout with a shelf and a night dash city in the rain. Rockstar’s GTA will certainly not deny this project.
Svätý Martin is created in the one-man studio Blind Rabbit and with all this in mind, it doesn’t look bad. Note in particular the nicely crafted streets and unique buildings, including a chain store.
Tomáš Králík started “playing” in Unreal Engine 4 more than three years ago, and it took him two years to transform Martin into a video game. When creating the map, it uses satellite data and its own photos of individual streets and houses.