TCL thinks PS5 Pro and a new Xbox is coming in 2023 or 2024, fans create Starfield in Unreal Engine 5, and No Man’s Sky releases its Leviathan update.
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TCL claims that these consoles will provide 60-120 FPS at 4K resolution, as well as have the ability to display 8K. They will also apparently utilize AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT technology and release sometime between 2023 and 2024 according to the company.
A group of talented artists have created its own interpretation of what Starfield may look like if it were to use Unreal Engine 5. Starfield won’t run on Unreal Engine 5 but rather Bethesda’s Creation Engine 2, an evolution of the game engine the studio has previously used for games like Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
No Man’s Sky has a new update in which time is slightly broken. Out today, this update features a roguelike-style Leviathan expedition that gives players a single life to use when they attempt to break the loop, with each death resetting the timeline and sending them back to square one.
00:00 – Intro
00:08 – PS5 Pro & New Xbox
01:35 – Starfield fan creation
02:18 – No Man’s Sky update
02:57 – Marvel MMO canceled