Black Legend: Wukong – the upcoming beautiful Soulslike game based on Journey to the West – is now in development on Unreal Engine 5, supported by Epic Games and Nvidia. You can see what the game looks like in a new trailer below.
After the announcement, Black Myth: Wukong was shown as an Unreal Engine 4 game, this year the Game Science developer is making the switch to Unreal Engine 5. Both Epic Games and Nvidia support this switch, and the game supports 4K resolution at 60 fps, ray tracing and Nvidia DLSS at launch.
You can actually see how the game actually takes advantage of this in the game’s new 12-minute trailer:
The First Black Legend: Wukong trailer was hugely popular, garnering millions of views within its first few days, but Game Science has been pretty quiet about revealing more about the game since then. The new trailer shows a lot more than we’ve seen before, with new abilities, visual effects, bosses, and story hints.
We still don’t know the release date or on which platforms the game will come out of the PC, but since the reveal, we’ve already discovered fifteen details you don’t know about the game yet.
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