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Epic Games revealed a video demo of its next game engine, Unreal Engine 5. Video running on Playstation 5 hardware according to Epic is largely a showcase for how much detail Unreal Engine 5 can present and how it can be lit.
hold it plus minute demo looks like a pre rendered cutscenes part of a lush still while visually striking though.
I don't represent the kind of fidelity games wind up posted certainly an impressive showcase.
Apple is planning to open it.
It's offices in phases according to a report in Bloomberg which cited people familiar with the plan.
The phase, which has already begun in some regions globally, focuses on staff who can't work remotely or have faced challenges working away from the office.
In July, the company plans to open more offices The plan, though, is subject to local stay at home orders.
And finally Dell is seeking the popular XPS 13 super-slim bezel free design and adding it to the larger XPS 15 and to a version of its 17 inch big brother, the XPS 17 along with the redesigned and refreshed 2020 models, Dell joins the parade of manufacturers offering configurations marketed at creators.
The company doesn't specifically mention NVIDIA's RTX Studio program, but its Creator Editions of the laptop are clearly playing that part.
The XPS 15 9500 begins shipping today, starting at $1,300 The XPS 179700 is slated to ship between June and September and will start at $1500.
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