Here's what Death Stranding 2 could look like on Unreal Engine 5

What would Death Stranding 2 look like if it were built in Unreal Engine 5 for next-gen consoles? Something like this trailer.

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Published Sun, May 1 2022 12:17 PM CDT   |   Updated Mon, May 23 2022 2:32 AM CDT

Death Stranding 2 is likely in development. Here's what it could look like on next-gen consoles utilizing new Unreal Engine 5 technologies.

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Kojima's new Death Stranding game will likely use the Decima engine, but skilled environment and lighting artist Pasquale Scionti gives us an idea of what the game could look like in UE5. Scionti recently created an awe-inspiring environment showcase that looks like something out of a PlayStation 6 reveal trailer starring a next-gen Death Stranding game.

Scionti created the scenes using Quixel Megascans and took advantage of Unreal Engine 5's new powerful and flexible tools, which includes Nanite virtualized geometry allowing for effortless drag-and-drop importing of photorealistic assets. Scionti also used 8K resolution Nanite textures and HDR lighting with volumetric fog.

The results are stunning to say the least and I can't wait to see what artists like Scionti are cooking up for the new generation of gaming.

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