Monday, September 20

Unreal Engine 5

Black Myth: Wukong, China, Noticias, Unreal Engine 5, Videojuegos

Black Myth: Wukong Looks Great In His New Trailer | Digital Trends Spanish

Black Myth: Wukong is a video game that is in development at the Chinese studio Game Science and that has just released a new trailer that leaves no room for doubt: it is one of the future new generation games that has the best graphic appearance. This title was introduced almost exactly a year ago and running on the previous version of Unreal Engine. However, Game Science made the switch to the more recent Unreal Engine 5, as explained by NVIDIA in your official site, and the results are obvious. The section of the game seen in the 12-minute video is running on an NVIDIA RTX card with DLSS enabled, but exactly what GPU model it is was not specified. But beyond the hardware, the truth is that Black Myth: Wukong It already looked impressive in its original presentation and with this ex...
epic games, Gears of War, Microsoft, Noticias, The Coalition, Unreal Engine 5, Videojuegos, Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X

This ultra-realistic demo shows the power of Unreal Engine 5 | Digital Trends Spanish

During the Game Developers Conference (GDC) event, The Coalition studio has presented two videos showing what they can do with the new Unreal Engine 5, and the results are impressive. The first tech demo, Alpha Point, showcases next-gen visuals, from ray tracing to realistic textures. Also, take a look at the revolutionary Lumen and Nanite technologies, which were previously announced in May 2020 with a demo of Epic Games running on PlayStation 5. Lumen is all about lighting and reflections in real time, with it developers can place a light source with the engine and move it within the Unreal editor to see how the lighting will work when the game runs. On the other hand, Nanite is a modern virtualized geometry system. It uses a new internal mesh format that "allows for an unlimited b...