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Developers say Unreal Engine 5 will ’empower them to be creative and take risks’

Epic Games recently unveiled its next major game engine update, Unreal Engine 5 (UE5). It did so with a spectacular demo, Lumen in the Land of Nanite, which offered up our first glimpse of two new radical game building features: Lumen and Nanite. But while we’re all trying to figure out what it all means for the future of videogames—and falling over a mountain of conjecture in the process—what’s clear is that, while the changes introduced with UE5 may go a long way to improving the gaming experience, they’ll do a whole lot more to change the process by which those games are being made.

But to find out what UE5 really means for game development, you have to go straight to the people building videogames. So I’ve reached out to some of today’s top talent to find out what Lumen, Nanite, and Unreal Engine 5 could impact the process of videogame development.

Near unlimited detail and faster art production is a win-win!

Stephen Kick, Nightdive Studios

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