The complete set of capabilities in Unreal Engine 5 stands to gain advantages from the PS5 Pro; an astonishing tech demonstration set in Feudal Japan offers stunning visuals, yet lacks in performance.

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The Unreal Engine 5 is still yet to realize its full potential, but intermediate-generation upgraded hardware such as the Playstation 5 Pro could assist the engine in making the leap in terms of visual excellence that many had already anticipated.

In response to an inquiry from an enthusiast, the technological experts at Digital Foundry emphasized how enhanced console hardware like the rumored Playstation 5 Pro could indeed incentivize developers to utilize the complete array of UE5 features, including Lumen and Nanite, presenting superior quality visuals with more consistent performance. Even features that are currently supported by released games could experience an enhancement. An exemplary instance is Hellblade II: Senua’s Saga, which stands as one of the most remarkable games powered by the latest iteration of Epic’s engine. However, it only integrates software Lumen. A Playstation 5 Pro boasting superior specifications compared to the base models, and amplified ray-traced performance, could potentially leverage hardware Lumen and provide console players a glimpse of what is already achievable on PC with significantly superior hardware.

Marvel at the impressive visual prowess that the Unreal Engine 5 is capable of, even in its current status, as exemplified by various technical demonstrations. The stunning Feudal Japan demo, empowered by UE 5.4, showcases remarkable visuals even at 1080p resolution. Nevertheless, performance at native 4K resolution leaves much to be desired, even on a potent GPU like the RTX 4080, as illustrated in a video shared by MxBenchmarkPC on YouTube.

The most recent iteration of the Unreal Engine 5 is version 5.4. Further insights can be obtained on its official website.

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