The Day Before switches to Unreal Engine 5, will get delayed till 2023
What simply occurred? One of probably the most anticipated video games of 2022 will not arrive throughout this calendar yr as initially deliberate. On Thursday, developer Fntastic informed IGN that open-world survival MMO sport The Day Before is now being constructed on Epic’s Unreal Engine 5. The change will significantly improve the title’s gameplay however sadly means a delay is so as.
Previously scheduled to launch on June 21, the sport is now slated for March 1, 2023.
Fntastic shared the announcement trailer for The Day Before in January 2021. The sport is ready in a post-pandemic America overrun by flesh-hungry contaminated and different survivors hell-bent on… nicely, staying alive.
Back in January, the developer dropped an up to date GeForce RTX 4K trailer that appears beautiful. With Unreal Engine 5 now within the combine, the sport is prone to be much more visually beautiful.
If you are not already aware of The Day Before, you could be within the minority. It is at present Steam’s most wishlisted sport forward of different extremely anticipated titles like Stalker 2, Hollow Knight: Silksong, and Starfield.
In March, Epic Games introduced a multi-year partnership with CD Projekt Red to assist tailor UE5 for open-world experiences. It was additionally revealed that the following entry within the well-liked Witcher franchise will probably be constructed on Epic’s new engine, which was simply launched to the general public in April.