A brand new Dragon Age Inquisition Unreal Engine 5 fan idea video has been launched, displaying a remake of The Storm Coast inside Epic’s new game engine.

Created by artist ‘Leo Torres’, this technical fan showcase is a re-creation of the wet coastal area in Ferelden. It options Unreal Engine 5’s new tech, together with Lumen, Nanite, and Temporal Super Resolution.

“This was a more technically difficult environment to build, mostly because it had so much heavy FX”, the artist writes. “As usual, this used a combination of megascans assets, free photogrammetry assets, and custom modeled assets in Blender. Nanite and Lumen were used for the fully dynamic scene, with plenty of Niagara particle systems for the atmospheric effects. Volumetric clouds were also used in lieu of a traditional skybox.”

Although merely a fan idea, the result’s fairly nice and exhibits the potential of Epic’s new engine. Check out the Dragon Age Inquisition Unreal Engine 5 Fan Showcase down under and choose for your self.

Dragon Age Inquisition is offered globally now. The RPG was launched again in 2014 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The title was formally unveiled again in April of 2014. We’ve included the title’s announcement gameplay trailer down under as properly.

“Our goal with Dragon Age: Inquisition is to usher in the next generation of role-playing games,” stated Aaryn Flynn, then General Manager of BioWare Edmonton and Montreal upon the game’s announcement. “Players will experience the rich storylines and characters that they’ve come to expect from BioWare, in an expansive world with large open environments just begging to be explored.”

In Dragon Age: Inquisition, the expansive, lovely world of Thedas is being torn aside by an enormous, mysterious breach within the sky. Players should assume the function of the Inquisitor and lead a staff of legendary heroes to uncover the reality behind the upcoming devastation.