Black Myth Wu Kong feature

Behold Black Myth: WuKong in Unreal Engine 5 with Ray Tracing & DLSS

Game Science has just announced that action-adventure game, Black Myth: WuKong, will be using Unreal Engine 5 and will both support DLSS and Ray Tracing. Moreover, the team released a new video, showing 12 minutes of in-engine footage from its latest Unreal Engine 5 build.

Black Myth: WuKong is based on Journey to the West, and will focus on the Monkey King and his special abilities. Additionally, the game will offer players 72 different abilities to use.

Unfortunately, Game Science has not revealed any ETA on when the game will come out. Still, this could very well be one of the best graphical showcases on PC when it comes out. The game’s UE4 version looked great and this latest UE5 build looks even better.

Now the bad news here is that this could very well be an Epic Games Store exclusive game. Its previous trailer only featured EGS and lacked any Steam icon. Again, this is a mere assumption right now and nothing more.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

Black Myth: WuKong 12 Minutes UE5 Gameplay Test

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