Imagine crafting an animated short that you can adjust and modify in real-time without having to tediously pre-render it out with each adjustment. Most cinematic game trailers are locked-in with linear production pipelines, but with Fortnite, the team at Epic Games created a high-quality animated short that runs right in Unreal Engine, which allowed for real-time navigation and full interaction during the production process.
For Fortnite's cinematic trailer, artists leveraged Unreal Engine's real-time volumetric rendering tools to create seamless special effects that integrated perfectly with the action.
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