The official announcement of SMITE 2 was held – a new generation mob -explosion on the Unreal Engine 5 engine
Rumors were confirmed. Hi-Rez Studios announced Smite 2, the continuation of the popular Free-to-Play Moba game, which came out ten years ago on PC, and then moved to the console. During this time, more than 40 million users managed to play the game, but now Hi-Rez is moving to the future.
The developers say that this is a real continuation, which should become the next generation MOBA, with dynamic lighting, physical rendering, tissue simulation, more detailed models and many others. The game is currently working on the Unreal Engine 5 engine.2, but soon it is planned to update to Unreal Engine 5.3.
The goal is to take the basis of SMITE and make it better, optimized, but at the same time deeper at the level of gameplay. For this, targeted improvements in certain areas are carried out. The systems of relics and objects were completely redesigned to open more opportunities for experiments. Inventory items can potentially have an active effect (for example, BLINK) in addition to passive improvements. The gods are also no longer magical or physical; Every God can specialize in strength or intelligence, offering various games of the game.
In addition, the abilities of the gods, game characters of this mythological moba will become more impressive and spectacular. Anubis will receive new, more smooth animations. There are completely new gods, such as Hecate, Greek goddess of witchcraft.
She was the main request of the community for many years and will finally become playable in Smite 2, bringing the long-range style of the game to the game of his magical abilities. Hecate can penetrate through measurements and travel in the limit space. She is the first of the five new gods that will appear in the sequel at the start.
The new game will implement a user selection system of players that will support a cross-country between a PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S | X. Fans can also be expected by an improved user interface (UI), including a modified item store, and updated sound accompaniment.