Unreal Engine 4 now available for PlayStation 4 games

Epic Games have unveiled the latest game engine called Unreal Engine 4 which is introduced in PlayStation 4 games. The company also disclosed information on the graphical capacity of Unreal Engine 4 operating on PlayStation 4 via a short video. Unreal Engine 4 The video highlights the nuances of in-game graphics of games operating on Unreal Engine 4. Every detail of the video is created to perfection including the lighting and particle effects. These effects and details can be observed in pre-recorded videos which is an important step for in-game graphics. There will be next-gen games with AAA-quality graphics which will sport interesting features such as destructible environments identical to the current-generation Frostible 3 engine. Unreal Engine is branded one of the most appreciated and diligent game engines launched. The engine is featured with many fun and interesting games. Some of the interesting games that would suit all age groups are Gears of War series for the Xbox 360, the BioShock series, the Batman Arkham series, Borderlands 2 and DmC Devil May Cry. Sony has introduced the PlayStation 4 in February and the company is firm on the AMD-based x86 processor dominating the console. The play station will be powered with 8GB of unified high-speed memory and massive hard drive. The game, ‘’the new controller-dubbed the DualShock4 will be designed to offer amazing gaming experience with a touch pad along with share button, headphone jack and light bar to trace players. The light bar functions as the Move Sensor through a 3D camera. The console will be equipped with new-life changing themes. The interesting factor about the console is the low power-state auto saves games which enables supreme flexibility where you can just switch on the console without having to wait for the game to load. Another interesting feature of the console is the user can download games in the background even in switched off mode. Even while downloading, the user can enjoy these games.

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