Graphics engines are an ever-evolving part of the gaming industry, as companies like DICE and Epic Games are always looking to build on their respective engines so that, in turn, other developers can bring graphics to life. their games. Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 5, in particular, looks set to become one of the industry’s go-to graphics engines now that it’s out in the wild. With that in mind, armament of war developer Coalition gave gamers a quick look at what future games running on the latest Unreal Engine might look like.
The Coalition, formerly known as Black Tusk Studios, is a Canadian-based developer and is currently part of Xbox Games Studios, one of several studios creating games exclusively for Xbox platforms. He is best known for his work on armament of war series, effectively taking over development of the series from Epic Games after Microsoft acquired the rights to the series in 2014. While his first work on the series was in 2015 Gears of War: Ultimate Edition remaster, the studio’s first new entry in the main series was in 2016 Gears of War 42019 follow-up Speeds 5 and turn based tactical game of 2020, Gear Tactics.
Given its history with armament of war and former studio executives, such as Epic Games’ Rod Fergusson, The Coalition is well aware of the Unreal Engine’s capabilities. The studio emphasizes this familiarity with its new cinematic test demo, The caverunning in real time on Unreal Engine 5. In the description of the video, the studio highlights how the engine can render “cinematic quality elements” with extremely precise “graphical detail”, which the video gives a small preview of. taste.
The Coalition video is just the latest in a wave of studios releasing similar test videos or outright announcing new projects running on Epic Games’ latest graphics engine. One of the biggest announcements came from Polish developer CD Projekt Red, who confirmed the next entry in the witcher series will run on Unreal Engine 5. Crystal Dynamics was not far behind in announcing a new grave robber is in development, running on Unreal Engine 5, shortly before the engine is released to all developers.
As it concerns armament of warcorn, The cave is just a taste of what players can expect from the series in the future. the armament of war The series has long been a poster franchise for Unreal Engine, with Epic highlighting the engine’s progress via armament of war while still under Epic ownership. Although this is no longer the case, the Coalition’s experience and familiarity with the two armament of war and Unreal Engine means players can expect stunning visuals from Speeds 6every time the game becomes a reality.
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