Bungie may move to Unreal Engine 5, according to some job postings
According to different posted jobs, there is a possibility that bungee intend to switch to Unreal Engine 5thus leaving its own Tiger Engine, at least for one of the new projects under development, which would be new intellectual property.
around Job advertisements Referring above all to the new intellectual property that has yet to be announced and which should represent a major game under development by the team. While this does not necessarily indicate a technological shift, many of these publications list knowledge of the Unreal Engine as an important requirement to be eligible to apply for the positions offered.
This is a requirement that could be considered general, given the extreme prevalence of the Epic Games graphics engine at this point, but the specific and repeated demand for experimentation with the Unreal Engine, regarding the functions that all seem to be related to the new project on the original intellectual property, indicates that the software in question is the basis of the game being Development.
This means a Abandon the historic Tiger engine, which Bungie had used thus far and the basis of Destiny and Destiny 2, to transition to Unreal Engine 5, which would have led to another important foray. Other than that, we know practically nothing about the game in question, except that Bungie plans to release at least one new IP by 2025.
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