Gamers Believe It’s Real-Life Footage of Unreal Engine 5 Train Station
Technology can be scary, you know. Incredible, yet terrifying. Although I may sound dramatic, I am creating game engines that look as if they were filmed in real-life. This makes me wonder where we are going. Is it worth going outside?
Well, yes. Reddit has been going crazy over the Unreal Engine 5, which is so real, that some have wondered if it was a joke to make more internet clout.
This virtual station is a train station. It looks just like a real station. It looks just like a real train station. It was shared on r/nextf**kinglevel today and has already shot to fame. Check out the original video down below.
“People will just start filming sh*t, and then post it with the caption “Wow.” DouglasWFail wrote that someone just did this in Unreal 5. “That’s how UE5 works. It’s possible to scan real-world objects and convert them into assets. TonsilStonesOnToast replied that the polygon count does not matter anymore.
The video was created by Lorenzo Drago, a 3D environment and prop creator. He explained that the Etchu-Daimon Station, Japan, inspires the work. (Be sure to Google it to see the difference – it’s incredible).
“I wanted to achieve photorealism for this project. Camera matching was used to obtain exact proportions. I also made careful references. They wrote that they adjusted the measurements afterward to improve modularity. “Apart from alphas and detail textures created from photos, I created all textures in Painter. I also made custom materials for Unreal to use with vertex painting and masks to break apart repetition.”
It’s probably safe to say they reached their goal of photorealism. UE5 was made public last month. This means that there is no doubt that many people will be creating incredible creations with it. We’ll have the pleasure of watching them.