A small Swedish company that makes ultra-realistic 3D objects, In just three months, you have created more than 40 different worlds using the latest Unreal Engine 5 (via DSOG Games).
The results achieved by the Quixel team are simply stunning and show the endless possibilities offered by Epic Games Corporation’s latest engine. to create worlds The company used its own suite of 3D scans, Megascans And resources from Sketchfab and the Unreal Engine Marketplace. In addition, the final effect is enhanced with Lumen i . Dynamic Lighting System Nanite technology, He managed to develop many details of the geometry.
Below we present a short video posted by Quixel, demonstrating the effects of the team’s work.
It is worth noting another video that demonstrates the power of collaboration between Unreal Engine 5 and a realistic lighting system on the example of a blurred train station. You can see this section below. Unfortunately, The drawback of this demo is that even top rack equipment won’t be able to handle the highest graphics settings.
According to the creators, the demo in the ultra configuration runs at 7 frames per second on the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card and an AMD Ryzen 7 3700X processor. At low settings, the speed increases to 30-50 fps at 1440p. This means, unfortunately, that we will not see such a real world in games in the near future. However, upon seeing the capabilities of Unreal Engine 5, we’re picking up jaws from the ground. Anyway, see for yourself.
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