Take a look at some the biggest games set to use the latest version of Epic’s Unreal Engine.
Unreal Engine 5 is the latest version of Epic Games’ popular game development software and has been available for use since the start of 2021. A year later, more studios have begun to adopt the software as the foundation for projects that can leverage its versatile power to create detailed games.
As part of a State of Unreal livestream on April 5, Epic revealed the engine is now available to all, including new sample projects you can use to play around with. We also got another good look at what Unreal Engine 5 is capable of and heard from a variety of developers who touted the benefits of utilizing the engine. That even included the reveal that a new Tomb Raider game is on the way that will run on UE5.
Various games and genres are being built in Unreal 5 right now, ranging from licensed mobile titles to AAA blockbusters. We’ve gathered up all the confirmed titles that are currently confirmed to utilize it, as well as a look at many of the studios who are lined up to do the same.