A Sly Cooper fan recreating the game’s motion system in Unity.
Whenever Sly Cooper makes the news, the sad truth is it has never been associated with Sony, and is usually a dedicated fan of remaking the game in some sort of engine or modifying the original to add more. new features. This time it was no different, as a fan and modder of Sly Cooper decided to recreate the game’s motion system in Unity, including regenerating damage, climbing, and idle animations.
The project is called SlyTech, which is shared by fr4nk014 on the Sly Cooper subreddit earlier this month. They introduced the project by saying, “In December 2019, I thought it would be an easy job to just remake Sly. Turns out it wasn’t and I ended up failing. However, now After two years, I decided to do it again. The goal here is to remake Sly’s movements as perfectly as possible.”
Next to the post, fr4nk014 shared a SlyTech demo video in action. The video shows Sly, who has been recreated in Unity with a model from Tidy_Flyer, running around a room and testing different elements of the Sly Cooper engine. The video showcases how Sly has edge detection, full analog motion, ledge grabs, and reacts to all types of damage just like in the original game.
Sly has also been shown to be able to break items with her stick and react to specific points of interest on the map. There aren’t any downloads for SlyTech yet, but fr4nk014 seems committed to completing it. Even if they didn’t, they promised that “if the project doesn’t work out or my motivation to work on it ends, I’ll give the entire project to the community so anyone can do whatever they want.” what they want with it.”
Although the project appears to be in very early development, fr4nk014 reveals that it is made entirely in Unity and that, although the textures are from the original game and the Sly model is from someone else, all systems The motion system was recreated by them. The reception from the community has been as positive as you would expect from players who just wanted some more Sly.
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