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Watch Real-Time Recreation Of Titanic's Plunge Into The Ocean

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | April 19, 2016

Watch Real-Time Recreation Of Titanic's Plunge Into The Ocean

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It took nearly three hours for the Titanic to sink into the Atlantic Ocean in 1912. Over 100 years later a video game developer posted a video to YouTube that features the dramatic sinking in real time.

That’s right.

Technology has brought a tragic moment to life in the form of a two-hour, 40-minute video that shows the crucial moments that led to Titanic’s demise.

Strangely, passengers Jack and Rose are missing from the video below.

Of course, you can see a rather captivating version of the moment in 1997’s “Titanic.” However, this version is perfect for that person who has a remarkable amount of time on their hands.  

If you were wondering, the video isn’t meant to capture the ship’s end for some research project. Actually, it’s all for a potential video game.

The video above was posted by Titanic Honor and Glory, which TravelPulse's Patrick Clarke reported on last March.

It seems the developers are still in the production phase of this hypothetical virtual romp through the seas.

Vintage Digital Revival’s website is still taking donations on a game it boasts will have gamers in the virtual shoes of Robert Morgan as the character attempts to “clear his name of horrible crimes.”

All the while you will be immersed in the architecture and ambiance of the Titanic as it was over a century earlier.

It sounds like a first-person mystery game that doubles as a rare glimpse at the most famed cruise ship of all time.

The trailer explains what you might expect from the game’s launch:

Its YouTube channel boasts other interesting videos for Titanic buffs to enjoy. But there is just one that will have you following along in real time as you consider what was a truly horrifying moment in history.


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