Of course, someone remade the absurdly realistic Unreal Engine 5 Train Station demo in Dreams
Someone has already remade the absurdly realistic Unreal Engine 5 train station demo in PlayStation’s Dreams.
Martin Nebelong, an artist working for Dreams developer Media Molecule, has recreated Lorenzo Draco’s demo, which aims to showcase the never-before-seen power of Unreal Engine 5 without even touching the software.
He shared his creation in a tweet (below), showing the process of putting the level together with a time lapse, and adding that he did it all with the PlayStation Move controllers.
Here’s a timelapse of the train station scene in Dreams on my PS5. No mouse, no keyboard. I’m just waving my arms in the air with two glowing wands 😀
Kudos to Lorenzo Draco for the inspiration.#madeindreams #ue5 pic.twitter.com/yJbQx2GHP2
— Martin Nebelong (@MartinNebelong) May 18, 2022
The result is impressive thanks to the meticulous detail that Nebelong incorporates as the video shows him crafting the perfect length of beams, concrete slabs and so on.
The Dreams creation even comes with the spooky moment from the Unreal Engine 5 demo when all the light disappears and the once-peaceful Japanese train station becomes an almost horror-like experience.
Players have used the creation tools in Dreams to create all sorts of different games and levels, including The Shining’s Overlook Hotel, an Avatar: The Last Airbender game, and even a version of The Simpsons: Hit and Run.
There have also been plenty of retro experiences, with fans making classic games like Tetris, Super Punch-Out and Space Invaders, although some Mario content has been withdrawn after Nintendo complained.
On the Unreal Engine 5 side, the developers have created a slew of wild demos to showcase the capabilities of the new engine, which was released just last month, including a Superman-themed flight experience and a Spider-Man demo to showcase it demonstrate incredible graphics.
Several game studios have also confirmed that they are now developing games using Unreal Engine 5, including Crystal Dynamics’ new Tomb Raider game and CD Projekt Red’s new game in the Witcher saga.
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally thinks about tweeting @thelastdinsdale. He’ll be talking about The Witcher all day.
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