Quixel Unreal Engine 5 Demo shows the beast in Epic’s engine

Quixel, the developer of the Megascans project and a subsidiary of Epic Games, recently shared an Unreal Engine 5 demo demonstrating the engine’s unlimited power in creating a realistic environment.

Unreal Engine 5 is the key to next-gen gaming, and so far we’ve seen some amazing demos built into the engine, showing just how far you can go with the new technologies in Epic’s latest beast.

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Previously, Epic Games released two different demos for Unreal Engine 5, including the Valley of Antiquity Demo for PS5 and the Matrix awakens Demo launched for next-gen consoles and later PC.

Some of the modders have already created interesting new demos based on it Matrix awakensthat brings popular superheroes like Spider-Man and Batman to the Unreal Engine 5.

However, the demo you’re about to see from Quixel is a brand new project, built from the ground up.

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Quixel shows you how realistic environments in Unreal Engine 5 could be

The future of gaming with Unreal Engine 5 looks incredible! Quixel shared some in-engine footage from an Unreal Engine 5 demo, recreating different types of environments, from lush forests to spooky dungeons to post-apocalyptic streets.

This is definitely a demo and not optimized enough to become a playable thing, but it’s still amazing how far developers can push the boundaries to bring games closer to real life.

For the creation of this beautiful demo, Quixel also benefited from its Megascans project. If you’re a developer, you can now use the tree megascans, although it’s still a work-in-progress feature.

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Unreal Engine 5 is available now for free on PC via the Epic Games Launcher. A number of major AAA games are currently being built on Unreal Engine 5, and the biggest is probably Ninja Theory Hellblade 2: Senua’s Saga.

Source: DSOG

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