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It’s Thursday, and you know what this means: now it’s Crab News.
First, there is some background knowledge: Unreal Engine, created by Fortnite developer Epic, has been used by game studios since at least 1998. Rocket League, Bioshock, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and Dragon Quest XI all use Unreal Engine 3 and 4, and now is the time for the next major update: Unreal Engine 5.
Unreal Engine 5 has just been released in Early Access, which means interested developers can try it out before the full release next year. But this does not answer our most important question about this new Unreal Engine version: how many crabs can it render?
The answer is, according to Crab Champion (Based on the crab-based survival fighting game), at least three million. Did the answer surprise you? Well, if it does, you don’t know much about crabs. Hordes of their bloody love. In fact, three million is a relatively small gathering.
But what is this do This means that Unreal Engine 5 is as powerful as HECK. Who knows what kind of games we will get in a few years? Just imagine: it might not be Marios, but a crab. Or toad. Or Pikmins! The possibilities are endless.
Anyway, that’s your crab news on Thursday. Please return next Thursday for more information.
About the author
Ronald is a blogger who is always fascinated with the games and the amount of knowledge he can gather from the internet. He is trying to nerdify everyone around his with that same knowledge, through his writings.