In a recently released game video by Chinese development studio GameScience, you can see what character the game creates through Unreal Engine 5 and DLSS from Black Myth for Action Adventure: Nvidia. The upgrade was announced to be a transition to Unreal Engine 5.
Indie Development Studio GameScience from China has unveiled new visual recordings for their upcoming title Black Myth: Wukong. On August 20, it released almost 13 minutes in length Game video on Youtube, In which you can explore ARPG based on Unreal Engine 5. The latest version of Epic Games’ engine has not been used before, but the developers decided to switch from Unreal Engine 4 to 5 without further ado.
This video is not only recorded in real time with Unreal Engine 5, but also uses graphics technology DLSS from Nvidia. According to Nvidia, Black Myth: Wukong is the first game to run simultaneously with Unreal Engine 5 and support the deep learning supermodel. The trailer shows a little new in terms of content, but focuses more on the graphic design of the game in the snow-covered and mountain temple areas of China.
What do you know about black myth: Wukong so far?
Based on the 16th century Chinese novel Wu Chengyen by the Chinese Ming Dynasty author of the novel “Journey to the West”, this action adventure deals with the legend of the monkey king Wukong. In February of this year, a trailer was released, which gave an interesting insight into what Black Myth: Wokong fans can expect. The release date has not yet been announced, and for now it looks like the signs are 2023.
In a FAQ Their website The developers have stated that their visually stunning title should appear on PC and all “mainstream consoles”. These include the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S. Black Myth: Wokong is set to be sold as a finished game with potential DLC and game sales in the post-release period. If you want to see more image and video material about the game on the GameScience website, you can find more trailers, wallpaper and concept art.
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