It's the third part (see previous part) of Unity and Unreal Engine comparison. This time the graphics comparison has been done using HQ Abandoned School asset and contains the average FPS count. Here you will see only "out of the box" graphics (except volumetric lights for Unity) of Unity 2017 and Unreal Engine 4. Tested on GeForce GTX 980. Here's few shots with same view angles from both engines and the video with FPS. Just drag this white line right and left to see the difference.
Note: this is not actually engines comparison - this is a comparison of how one models pack looks at these two engines.

I hope you like it!

Here's the video comparison of Unity 2017 and Unreal Engine 4 with the average FPS:

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