Turns out getting rid of the Matrix is actually pretty easy.
I don’t know why they made such a big deal about escaping matrix, it turns out it’s really not that difficult at all. As one player discovered while playing a recent tech demo, The Matrix Awakens, it’s fairly easy to get off the beaten track and explore the city on your own.
As shared by @tesfayeswetsuit on Twitter, you can fall on the road if you drive fast enough and hit a wall. The player in the video does this right near the river, pulls the car into it, and goes completely out of bounds.
However, it turns out that there is no real water physics in this Unreal 5 engine experience. This means that, instead of sinking, you can simply start driving on the river as if on a road, but now you are free to roam wherever you want. In doing this, it was discovered that you could reach skyscrapers in the distance, although of course they would have few features and not much collusion.
This is not surprising given the amount of wild detail thrown into the areas you really want to explore. In free roaming photo mode you can zoom in and out of vibrant city spots without any visible rendering or buffering. Every nook and cranny is full of life, giving fans a taste of what the next-gen Matrix game will look like.
And now, we have an upcoming movie that will get us through. The Matrix Resurrections hits theaters on December 22 and is the first film in the series since The Matrix Revolutions in 2003 – a hiatus of nearly 20 years. For US audiences, the film will be shown on HBO Max on the same day as its theatrical release. Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss reprise their iconic roles as Neo and Trinity, and actually appeared at The Game Awards This week to promote The Matrix Awakens.
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