A new video from the folks behind Unreal Engine games, Hellcat, demonstrates the basics of the Unreal Engine.
For starters, the video introduces the engine, which is capable of running games at up to 40 frames per second.
Hellcat shows a series of shots of a scene, with each shot being at 30 fps, but that’s a simple example of how a real game can run at 60 fps.
Another video shows the engine in action in a multiplayer game, with the goal of rendering the whole scene in real time.
Hellcats ability to render in real-time, and in some cases, render in just seconds, makes it a very useful tool for any game developer.
A third video shows what happens if you render a scene in Hellcat at full resolution, which makes it look pretty impressive.
Hellcat is a fully-fledged engine, meaning it can support the full range of graphics and audio formats supported by modern hardware.
Hellkat can run in a wide variety of video formats, from the usual 1080p to 1440p, to the latest 4K and Ultra HD resolutions.
Hell Cat can render at 30 frames per minute or 60 fps, depending on the resolution of the GPU.
The Unreal Engine can also support the latest generation of hardware, including DirectX 12 and Vulkan, and it can run on the latest Intel CPUs and GPUs, with OpenGL 3.3 support.
The Hellcat engine has been around for over a decade, and for good reason.
Its features make it a useful tool in the world of 3D rendering.
HellCat’s features have also helped it become one of the most popular game engines in the gaming industry.
For more information about the Unreal engine, go to the official Unreal website.