Only a week to go to see its true potential.
Unreal Engine 4, the graphics engine developed by Epic Games and currently the focus of next generation consoles, will not be found in Wii U. A bombshell that shook the scene less than a week for its final presentation for the console.
At least that’s what is the opinion of an industry expert linked to the organization of E3 2012 and close to the company. Geoff Keighley, SpikeTV environmental journalist, has insisted that the powerful Unreal Engine 4 will not be an engine for Wii U:Â ”No, at GDC Mike Capps said Wii-U will be Unreal Engine 3,” he Tweeted. The importance of words come from his contacts with Epic Games and its involvement in the E3, an event that will unveil new technology and where we will also learn the final benefits of Wii U.
The news gathered by the site Gamingbolt, has created some uncertainty in the scene, as in recent days they had speculated that Nintendo will have considerably higher power than expected. As mentioned, it is not just anybody, but one of the people who participate in the presentation of this technology during the event: “Happy to confirm that Spike will reveal the Unreal Engine 4 at E3! Check out the next generation of gaming with the first real demo. ”
Do you think Geoff Keighley is right? Luckily, we just have to wait a few days to know the true potential of Wii U, a console designed to redefine the scene and could give a new twist to the way we understand its gameplay.
If Wii hit the spot as a prolific family system and could get support from the casual gamer, Wii U could hook the old gamer with an innovative and perfect system for first person shooters.
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