Epic Games announces that Unreal Engine 5 is officially available to game developers. The new engine contains many new features and improvements and should ensure that game makers can create more beautiful worlds.
at Blog post Epic Games announces that it will officially make Unreal Engine 5 available to developers. The release comes two years after the announcement. At the end of last year, the company has already released a file technical offer See what’s possible with the new game engine and the developers were already able to test the tool during a early access stage†
Unreal Engine 5 has many new features and improvements over its predecessor. Remember Epic Games Lumen: a system where realistic lighting can be applied in games. Another significant new addition according to Epic Games is Nanite, which makes it easy to add loads of engineering details to games.
It’s not just the visual effects that have improved according to Epic Games. It should also be easier for large teams to work on the game world with World Partition. This allows a large open world to be temporarily divided into smaller areas, so that a smaller team can work on those sections.
Unreal Engine 5 is designed to develop games on the current generation of consoles from PlayStation and Xbox, but also for computers and mobile devices. Epic Games also uses the game engine for its own game Fortnite. There is now one Number of upcoming titles They announced that they will be using Unreal Engine 5, including Senua’s Sage: Hellblade II and Stalker 2. Also recently announce The Witcher will benefit from this new game engine.
It was also announced during the online presentation that the new Tomb Raider game is being developed by Crystal Dynamics in Unreal Engine 5. You can watch the entire presentation here:
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