Popular free Superman Unreal Engine 5 demo ‘stolen’ and sold as $11 game on Steam

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An eye-catching Superman demo, made in Unreal Engine 5 and widely circulated online earlier this year, has been taken and sold on Steam as an $11 game.


The original proof-of-concept demo – titled A Superman Style Flight Experience (UE5) – was created by Toybox Games’ Tyson Butler-Boschma, utilising the City Sample from Epic Games’ The Matrix Awakens as a sandbox for superhero flight. In April, Butler-Boschma made the playable demo freely available via itch.io, but…

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