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I was just wondering what the timeline for implementing UE5 with Aximmetry might be? I am aware there was just a recent update for Aximmetry and that the release of 5.0 is fresh as of today. I am just trying to plan for some projects that I have lined up for later this year, and I want to make sure that I am ready when the switch does happen.

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HoopsMD
4/5/2022 5:21:06 PM
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I literally just came to the forum to ask this very same question haha

 
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paperdolls
4/6/2022 2:35:16 PM
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Dido...me too :)

 
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Eifert@Aximmetry
4/12/2022 3:22:29 PM
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Hi,

We don't have a concrete timeline for Unreal 5 yet.
But we are looking closely at the industry's adaptation of Unreal 5 and will likely soon start the process of integrating Unreal 5 into Aximmetry.

Warmest regards,


 
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derekjacoby
4/12/2022 4:20:12 PM
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Please do hurry! The rest of my pipeline is moved over now.

 
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Eifert@Aximmetry
6/16/2022 11:54:51 AM
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Hi,

A quick update on this topic:
Aximmetry is working on integrating Unreal 5 into Aximmetry. And will release it as soon as it is possible.

Warmest regards,

 
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DeataProduction
6/18/2022 1:27:38 PM
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@aximmetry This is fantastic news! Very exited to be able to use Ue5 with Aximmetry

 
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yveno76
6/19/2022 8:17:04 PM
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Yes - Great News!

 
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paperdolls
6/22/2022 2:45:17 AM
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Any  timeline?  Soon = 1 week, 2,3,4 or ?

 
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Ahmed@Aximmetry
6/26/2022 1:47:51 PM
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Hello,

Our Dev team is working extremely hard to make it happen as soon as possible. UE5 is a completely new engine and the code base is largely different to that of UE4. It's different from a smaller release like 4.27.1 which offer a smaller upgrade to an existing code. That's why implementing the new features of UE5 and making it work as intended with Aximmetry is a harder task than that of a a smaller update. 

We will notify you as soon as we have a firm time frame to expect it.

Best regards,