Black Panther Game Will Use Unreal Engine 5 and Feature Player Choices

EA's Black Panther Game will be an RPG and Utilizes Unreal Engine 5, Based on Job Listings

Abdullah Waseem
Abdullah Waseem
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  • Black Panther uses Unreal Engine 5
  • Will Feature a dynamic narrative system
  • No release window yet

Ever since Cliffhanger Games announced the Black Panther game, they’ve been putting up various job listings for multiple positions. These job listings have hinted at some key details about the title despite the official information being very scarce. For a couple, Black Panther will use the power of Unreal Engine 5 and features player choices as a part of the gameplay.

EA’s Black Panther Game Utilizes The Powerful Unreal Engine 5

Various job listings including a position for a senior game designer, and senior software engineer, confirm that the title is open-world and uses Unreal Engine 5. Some key details from these job listings include the already rumored open-world part of the title. Wakanda is a huge place and it only makes sense to experience the beautiful country freely. Built using UE5 also guarantees great visuals as we have seen from some previous titles.

EA Black Panther Game Logo

Furthermore, the title will be RPG in nature. It will seemingly introduce a new highly innovative narrative system based on dialogues and conversations between the characters. This hints that the title will be more player focused and will feature player choices to shape the gameplay accordingly.

Black Panther has already received a couple of solo movies and it was about time the Wakandan King took his throne in the video game world too. Currently, we don’t have any leads on the title’s release as it’s in the early stages at this time. We’ll update you as more information comes our way.

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Abdullah is an avid gamer who primarily plays single-player titles. If you can't find him anywhere, he'll probably be at his desk playing The Witcher 3 for the millionth time. When he isn't playing games, he's either reading or writing about them.
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