Some time ago, Epic Games announced the presence of Unreal Engine 5 by showing a technical demo. But today, his party officially opened Early Access of the new game engine to developers.
Available on Epic Games Launcher and GitHub, developers can now explore new things that are presented in Unreal Engine 5 so that they can be used to create next-gen games before they are fully released in 2022.
Epic Games showed off what the new engine is capable of by playing a ‘game’ they have created for people who are not game developers.
The gameplay that is played also shows the details of the assets ranging from the landscape to the game’s characters. Epic Games also ensures that the game can also be run on the PS5 and Xbox Series X with a stable framerate of 30fps.
It is known that the project files from the game can also be downloaded and explored by Unreal Engine 5 users. The developers can modify the project to make it look better.
Of course, Unreal Engine 5 will help video game developers make games with better quality because the support of the Nanite system to Lumen lighting on this engine is deliberately presented for next-gen.