A contract job ad posted by Undead Labs suggests that their upcoming survival title is using Unreal Engine 5 for development.
The Coalition shows off an impressive look at what the upcoming Unreal Engine 5 tech can look like on Microsoft's most high-end console.
The actual tech demo itself will be shown off at this year's GDC on July 20th. It's said this was captured on an Xbox Series X.
The technical demo, which will be running on an Xbox Series X, will focus on "the inner workings of UE5’s new visual systems."
A job listing for the position of Senior Gameplay Programmer at Cloud Chamber suggests that the next BioShock game is being built on Unreal Engine 5.
The studio, founded by veteran Blizzard developers, is working on an RTS and partnering with other former Blizzard veterans at Dreamhaven.
Epic confirms the next-gen engine will launch in full in early 2022. New details on the engine have also been revealed.
The Gears 5 developer has "nothing else to announce at this time."
However, it won't be announcing any new projects or titles "for some time."
inXile Entertainment is seeking individuals with experience in FPS and role-playing titles.
Kitatus and Friends CEO and Lead Programmer Ryan Shah believes the new tech brought about by Unreal Engine 5 will present "a unique set of challenges."
Aiming for the sky with Unreal 5.
The geometry budget in the demo was some impressive stuff.
More praise for that sweet SSD.
"It gets us one step closer to full reality simulation," says Epic's Quentin Staes-Polet.
InXile is "excited to share more" though it will be a while.
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney says the development engine "will be awesome on both" next-gen platforms.
It had to do with trying to show off the level of detail.
The head of Xbox seems impressed.
"It feels like two generations of improvement in quality, because of this new technology we’ve been able to bring to life," says Epic Games' chief technology officer Kim Libreri.