With games like Bright Memory: Infinite, Call of the Sea, Chorus, and more, the majority of newly revealed titles shown running on Xbox Series X during Microsoft’s gaming event are powered by Unreal Engine.
Missed our webinar on Twinmotion 2020.1? Now you can watch it on demand! Find out how the release brings improved visual fidelity and higher-quality lighting, more realistic vegetation and humans, new features to review and present projects, and more.
Missed our webinar on working with external assets in Twinmotion? Now you can watch it on demand! Learn the requirements and file formats for imported assets, and how to work with your own user library of custom-built assets and third-party content.
Want a glimpse at the future of game development? With next-gen consoles just around the corner, we’re ready for What’s Next now! Don’t miss amazing partner demos, the latest technology previews, learning sessions, and more.
New and enhanced features for everyone, from photoreal hair and fur, to new landscape tools, atmospheric skies, SSGI, enhanced multi-display rendering, first-class USD support, Visual Dataprep, and much more. Plus, Datasmith and all of Unreal Studio’s other features are included—for free!
Paint beautiful environments with arctic terrain brushes and landscape stamps, rocket your scenes into space with modular kits, and teleport characters out of this world with this month’s free content.
More and more industries are using multiple large displays to immerse participants in a real-time environment. In this new white paper, learn how nDisplay technology was developed to meet the need for real-time rendering distribution and network management for scaled displays.