Square Enix has announced the next mainline entry in its epic action RPG series. Check out some of its first details here.
CDPR recently announced that it's switching to Unreal Engine 5, which already offers "advanced multiplayer solutions".
It's also been confirmed that though the game is using Unreal Engine 5, its announcement trailer was rendered in-engine using UE4.
Director Jason Slama cites the need for a "really stable environment" to make changes without breaking "1,600 other places down the line."
Epic Games' next-gen game development engine has been in early access for some time, and has now launched in full.
The tech test features tens of millions of polygons rendered in real time with dynamic real-time global illumination, running on an Xbox Series X.
Cyberpunk 2077's expansion is still being made on REDengine, but the next The Witcher game and other future projects will be built on Unreal Engine.
Simon Sherr, the animation director of Undead Labs, has revealed interesting details about the studio's future and State of Decay 3.
ILL is an upcoming survival horror game from Russia-based Team Clout that's currently in development for PC using Unreal Engine 5.
It seems like BioWare is finally changing engines with the next Mass Effect and dropping Frostbite for the new Unreal Engine 5.
It's been revealed that The Coalition worked on the Unreal Engine 5 tech demo, "helping to refine and optimize" it on Xbox Series X/S.
Created in Unreal Engine 5 and currently free on PS5 and Xbox Series X, the demo also features 38,146 drivable cars and 260 km roads.
Epic Games confirms that with the launch of Chapter 3, the uber-popular battle royale shooter has transitioned to Unreal Engine 5.
The next game in Bloober Team's psychological horror series is being officially teased, and will launch in some time in 2022.
Sources speaking to GamesBeat's Jeff Grubb says that everything is on the table for the sequel, including a move to Unreal Engine.
"I think you’ll see some big changes to level design with these two upgrades in the development pipeline," says White Paper Games' Pete Bottomley.
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."