The lights are on
At a behind closed doors meeting at GDC, Epic Games unveiled a new demo that shows off all the new features being integrated in the high-powered Unreal Engine 4.
The Infiltrator demo may look like a cutscene, but Epic showed us that it was running in the engine in real-time by cutting back and forth between the wireframe and the finished product. All the UE4 bells and whistles are apparent in the demo, including high dynamic range reflections, realistic lighting, abundant particle effects, and impressive destructibility. Check out the sci-fi spectacle for yourself here:
This is the second Unreal Engine 4 video Epic has released, the first being the Elemental demo. For a deeper dive into what makes Epic's engine of the future tick, read our in-depth feature from last July.
Now, if only Epic would show us a brand new next-gen game running on UE4 instead of a tech demo. We're ready when you are!
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Holy poop that was impressive.
THOSE GRAPHICS WERE BEAUTIFUL! AMAZING! GREAT VIDEO!!!!!
This looks amazing. I honestly only watched until the bullets started flying then lost interest but that shield scene was epic.
that would be a cool third person shooter. id play it.
I hate this video player.
Cool. Show me a game.
I want to see Rainbow Six Patriots running UE4 as a launch title!
That looks like a cool world, hopefully it will be expanded into a game, not just a demo.
That's pretty and all but I want to see a game.