Thanks! Now that it's over, I added the time reference to the link so it take you right to the gameplay trailer. If people don't want to do that, here is the standalone video:for those that don't watch to watch the 7 hour presentation here's the important details ...release date: October 18 2022...ray-tracing and DLSS supported
They're a relatively small, private developer with around 250 employees. They also made MSFS 2020, The Crew series, and ReCore.Not sure how big Asobo studio is, but I feel those game are excellent ads for Unreal Engine, small sales figure needed making ignoring the PS4/Xbox one easier has well here.
Those games do look really good.
I made a very quick google without much validation and saw this:is it confirmed they are using UE5?
No one but a few random people are saying it's UE5. It's probably still their own engine like the first game.I made a very quick google without much validation and saw this:
could be all speculative ?
which suggest effective use of Unreal Engine 5 by the developers of Asobo Studio.
Thanks for the clarification, that make the result above a bit of less strong of a predictor of things to come.it's confirmed that they are not using UE5...
I could be wrong, but I always felt a bit strange that none of the RT hype for months ever showed a without vs with RT in them.no RT at launch after they hyped it up for months?