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|Logo used for REDengine 3.|
Logo used for REDengine 3.
|Original author(s)||Tomek Wójcik|
|Developer(s)||CD Projekt Red|
|Initial release||May 2011|
|Platform||Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch|
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REDengine is a game engine developed by CD Projekt Red exclusively for their nonlinear role-playing video games. It is the replacement of the Aurora Engine CD Projekt Red had previously licensed from BioWare for the development of The Witcher.
REDengine is portable across 32- and 64-bit software platforms and runs under Microsoft Windows. REDengine was first used in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings for Microsoft Windows. REDengine 2, an updated version of REDengine used in The Witcher 2, also runs under Xbox 360 and both OS X and Linux, however these ports were made using a compatibility layer similar to Wine called eON. REDengine 3 was designed exclusively for a 64-bit software platform, and also runs under PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
REDengine 3 was designed to run exclusively on a 64-bit software platform. CD Projekt Red created REDengine 3 for the purpose of developing open world video game environments, such as those of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
It introduces improvements to facial and other animations. Lighting effects no longer suffer from reduced contrast ratio. REDengine 3 also supports volumetric effects enabling advanced rendering of clouds, mist, fog, smoke, and other particle effects. There is also support for high resolution textures and mapping, as well as dynamic physics and an advanced dialogue lip syncing system. However, due to limitations on texture streaming, use of high resolution textures may not always be the case.
REDengine 3 has a flexible renderer prepared for deferred or forward+ rendering pipelines. The result is a wide array of cinematic effects, including bokeh depth-of-view, color grading and lens flares associated with multiple lighting.
The terrain system in REDengine 3 uses tessellation and layers varying material, which can then be easily blended.
Cyberpunk 2077 will use REDengine 4, the next iteration of the REDengine.
It introduces support for ray-traced global illumination and other effects, and this technique will be available in Cyberpunk 2077.
Games using REDengine
|1||The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings||17 May 2011|
|2||The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition||17 April 2012|
|3||The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt||19 May 2015|||
|The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition||15 October 2019|||
|4||Cyberpunk 2077||17 September 2020|||
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