Unreal Engine 5 was unveiled last month alongside a PlayStation 5 demo, Lumen in the Land of Nanite, that is a fully playable real-time tech demo. Even though it isn’t planned to become a full game, it gives a glimpse into the future of gaming for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC.The news was revealed on Xbox Wire in an article titled “Everything You Need to Know about Xbox Series X and The Future of Xbox… So Far.” While there isn’t much else that’s new, it does reiterate some exciting details, including the full specs of Microsoft’s next-gen console, the fact that it will be launch with “thousands” of games with backward compatibility, a recap of the Xbox Series X third-party games reveal, and much more.
You can also check out everything we know about the Xbox Series X, which is still set to be released in Holiday 2020 alongside Halo: Infinite.
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