PF trendMay 20, 2020 6:02:11 PM IST
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney has reportedly confirmed that Unreal Engine 5 will also be compatible with Nintendo consoles.
According to a report of EurogamerEpic Games CEO Tim Sweeney said to maintain compatibility with legacy platforms they have a pipeline of next-gen content. According to him, here “you can build your assets or import them at the highest level of quality, the level of quality of the movie that you will be playing directly on the next generation consoles”.
The CEO added that Unreal Engine 5 will work on Xbox, Switch, PlayStation, and other devices.
A report of UK metro said that Epic has confirmed that Unreal Engine 5 (UE5) will be compatible with the Nintendo Switch. He was quoting Sweeny’s interview with Eurogamer, where he allegedly said: “It must be because when Fortnite moves on to Unreal Engine 5 At the end of next year, we’ll continue to support all nine platforms – well, nine, when you add the new two. “
The advent of the UE5 will allow developers to see games as holistic products that can exist from smartphones to PCs. The engine will also help developers save time and money, making their lives easier and more productive.
Epic games has published the first look of Unreal Engine 5 last week with the demo of the game presented on PlayStation 5.
The company through the demonstration tried to show the ability to UE5 and how it will help developers create the next generation advanced gaming consoles.
What we did know until last week is that the new graphics engine will be available later in 2021 and will support next and current gen consoles as well as PC, Mac, iOS, and Android.