E-Day was not working in real time

E-Day was not working in real time
E-Day was not working in real time

From The Coalition they confirm that the spectacular trailer worked with Unreal 5, but was not rendered

All lovers of the Xbox brand are still hungover from what was shown at the Xbox Games Showcase 2024. The event was full of great announcements and new information on anticipated titles such as Perfect Dark, Fable or State of Decay 3. But one of the highlights of the event was its closing, a spectacular trailer for Gears of War: E-Day, a prequel that will return to the origins of the beloved saga. But although this announcement delighted fans, it has not been without controversy. And in the same trailer it was shown in small print that it was created with the game engine itself. Many players did not believe this statement, and maintained that the trailer did not work in real time, and was not representative of what the final game would be.

After days of debates and speculation, The Coalition, the developer of the title, has come to the fore to confirm that, although the trailer was made using the Unreal Engine 5, it showed pre-rendered images, so it is not an exact representation of what the final version of the video game could be.. Although from the Xbox Community we assure you that there is nothing to worry about, since The Coalition are masters in the use of Unreal Engine 5, even leading many studios to implement it in their games.

Geras of War: E-Day is a return to the origins of the saga that will function as a prequel to the first title. In it we will be told the events that Marcus Fenix ​​and Dominic Sanitago experienced on the day of the Emergency, the first day where the fearsome Locust invade the planet Sera.. The title will be released on Xbox Series

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