Code: To Jin Yong Is an Open-World Chinese Martial Arts Game Built on Unreal Engine 5

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Lightspeed Studios has announced Code: To Jin Yong, an open-world game built on Unreal Engine 5 that lets players battle as Chinese martial arts masters. A trailer released by the Tencent subsidiary has provided a glimpse at the level of graphics quality and combat action that players can expect in the game, which is adapted from the works of Louis Cha Leung-yung, an acclaimed Chinese writer renowned for his wuxia novels. Platforms and an expected release date have yet to be announced. One of Lightspeed Studios’ most recent projects is Apex Legends Mobile, a version of Respawn Entertainment’s hit free-to-play battle royale shooter for iOS and Android devices. The developer was previously known as Lightspeed & Quantum Studios but updated to a new name and logo in May.

Our first Unreal Engine 5 game is coming! 👀 Code: To Jin Yong is adapted from the acclaimed series of martial arts novels by famed novelist Jin Yong. As the first Unreal Engine 5 open-world game starring the legendary heroes of the Jin Yong pugilistic world, Code: To Jin Yong will be released to players around the world in the near future. Players can look forward to freely exploring the vast and grand world of martial arts. Keep an eye out for the launch!

Source: Lightspeed Studios

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