Cyberpunk 2077 gets a mind-blowing Unreal Engine 5 treatment from a fan
It is not yet known if CD Projekt RED will ever come back to the Cyberpunk 2077 Franchise all over again, but when it happens, an Unreal Engine 5 based entry from this series could be as overwhelming as this demo from a dedicated fan!
If you talk about it Cyberpunk 2077 The game’s community always has a mixed feeling of love and hate for CDPR’s massive project. While the game has a nice lore and story, players are still crazy about the features and the clipped content that could make it exist Cyberpunk 2077 a revolutionary game.
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CD Projekt RED is currently focused on The Witcher franchise and recently announced that the next installment in the series will be built based on Unreal Engine 5 rather than the company’s RED engine. However, Cyberpunk 2077 still has a huge community, and fans would definitely love to return to its universe if CD Projekt RED could truly learn to make amends for the past.
This fan-made Cyberpunk 2077 demo in Unreal Engine 5 will have you wishing for CDPR to return to Night City soon
Enfant Terrible, a YouTuber and an Unreal Engine 5 indie developer, recently shared an amazing video of her latest project in Epic Games’ powerful engine, demonstrating her skills in handling a cyberpunk world.
According to the creator, they used the MetaHumans Creator to create the human face in this demo, as well as some environment megapacks picked up from Epic’s own marketplace.
The result looks absolutely stunning and the human face animations are unimaginable. Even the gameplay footage in the middle of the video looks crazy! Unreal Engine 5 seems to be a powerful and limitless engine to create games that probably would have been impossible before.
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Now it depends on the developers how to use this power in their upcoming projects. Of course, there are already some limits for developers, as the new consoles will probably not be able to run every single project if it is not sufficiently optimized.
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