A few days ago Epic Games showed off its new Unreal Engine 5 demo, which was awesome for the graphics it has. That demo was running on AMD RDNA-infused PlayStation 5 (PS5), from that we can say that the future of console gaming looks promising. Did this mean that consoles are finally overshadowing the PC ?? World Today News quoted Epic Games CTO Kim Libreri as saying the awe-inspiring demo will work “pretty good” on a PC running an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super graphics card and you will also need an NVMe SSD. Given that the PS5 has just over 10 TFlops of GPU performance, and the RTX 2070 Super has 9 TFlops, we reckon the RTX 2070 Super is indeed sufficient for running Nanite at 1440p and 30 fps, just like it did on the PS5. It will be quite some time before we see the first games based on Unreal Engine 5. By the time that happens we hope that there will be more graphics cards out that can run the new game engine, and is more approachable for the average PC gamer.