Spider-Man has a playable demo based on EU 5

Unreal Engine 5, a new generation engine developed by Epic Games, is a tool that has impressed in recent days. Recently, the developer of Toybox Games Studios developed a prototype of Superman. Now even Spider-Man has served as a reference for the technology demo.

The new demo created by Youtuber’s “DWR” was based on the megacities of Matrix Awakens. The gameplay feels pretty free and lets you play as a neighborhood buddy and even roam their nets – as well as crawl through buildings. Check result:

Production, of course, requires a little grinding, as the hero often moves strangely, not to mention the occasional fading nets. On the other hand, the demo is a great example of the flexibility of Epic’s new graphics engine.

Those interested can download the Spider-Man technology demo for free to test on a computer. But worth the addition: given that Unreal Engine 5 is a next-generation tool, your computer needs to be up-to-date and have good configurations so that the demo can run without unnecessary hassle.

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