Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II is one of the biggest games to come for Microsoft’s Xbox platform. And on Xbox Series X, the game will take full advantage of Epic’s next generation Unreal Engine 5 development tools. Microsoft revealed this nugget of news today in a blog post which details everything he has announced so far on the Xbox Series X.
Hellblade II running on Unreal 5 is remarkable because Epic first demonstrated the engine on PlayStation 5. But Unreal remains a universal multiplatform suite of tools, and it will obviously support Xbox Series X. This means that Hellblade II could Take advantage of Unreal 5. Updated global lighting technology and texture streaming.
Unreal Engine 5 is not yet publicly available. And even if Epic will share it early with close partners, the company promises to facilitate the transfer of UE4 games to the new tools.
You can see the epic breakdown of Unreal Engine 5 in its demo here:
As for the rest of the blog post, Microsoft simply reiterates all the details of the Xbox Series X in one place. For example, you can read everything about the internal components of the console. This includes its 8-core Zen 2 processor, GPU powered by RDNA-2, and super-fast SSD storage.
But Microsoft also intends to continue updating this blog in the future. So, as more information becomes available, this is a resource you can come back to. If you have a question about the Xbox Series X, you will probably find it here. For example, if Microsoft announces a price or the more affordable Xbox Lockhart system, that information will likely also be added to this blog.