In this keynote, we explore what you can expect to find in the release—and why it’s going to be a game-changer for the industry. Want to learn more about Unreal Engine 5? Download the release for free, and explore the new features, sample projects, and learning resources:
Unreal Engine is already being used for virtual sets, famously on productions such as the Mandalorian, but also increasingly on many others.
The truly game changing aspect of Unreal Engine, and the thing that now makes it much more of a threat to traditional filmmaking, is that its graphics are rendered in realtime.
Want to set your film in Morocco when you live in New Zealand? No problem. Want to stage a huge space battle with lots of frickin’ lasers? You got it!
From the article By Simon Wyndham
This Early Access build of Unreal Engine 5 is not production-ready, but this is where, for the first time, you can get your hands on Unreal 5 to try out the new features such as Nanite and Lumen
You will need a powerful PC to run it, as these systems are designed for next gen systems such as PS5.
There is also a demo project to download which showcases the new features. But be aware it is almost 100GB in size!
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Have fun trying out the much anticipated update to Unreal