SHANGHAI - December 3, 2021 - Archosaur Games, one of the first Chinese game companies to develop mobile games using Epic Games’ Unreal Engine, created a cross-platform teaser video using Unreal Engine 5 (UE5) that was premiered today at the annual Unreal Open Day (UOD).
The 45-second teaser video released at UOD shows players for the first time what a next-gen cross-platform game will look like using UE5, with stunning breakthroughs and evolution in lumen, dynamic effects, and realistic details that is equal to and in some cases, even surpasses that of the biggest titles for PC and console. Archosaur Games is one of the first Chinese game companies to develop mobile games using Unreal Engine, including franchise MMO games like Dragon Raja and Epic War: Thrones. With console-level graphics, Dragon Raja for PC and mobile versions has created a near-future Tokyo cityscape for players to live and explore and amassed a huge worldwide following.
In addition to the unnamed cross-platform UE5 game that Archosaur premiered in the video, the company also showed off its upcoming MMORPG UE4 title, Noah’s Heart, which features a Steampunk seamless open world and will start the first testing on December 21st, 2021.
About Archosaur Games Archosaur Games (Stock Code: 9990. HK) has been always promoting industry reform with its rich industry experience, keen market insight and technical strength since its establishment. Archosaur Games was officially established in 2014, with more concentration on the development of the game itself. In addition, it shifted its business focus to the product development and global distribution business in the field of mobile games. Headquartered in Beijing, the company has more than 1000 employees, 85% of which is high-end R & D talents in the industry. Archosaur Games has pioneered many in China Mobile Game Industry since its establishment, launching phenomenon level boutique games continuously. In the future, Archosaur Games will be developing all kinds of industry-leading boutique games for global game players.