All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘unreal engine’

Unreal Engine 4 Features Demoed At GDC 2014

During the last generation, many games were built using Unreal Engine 3. For the current generation, Epic Games hopes developers will switch over to its new middleware – Unreal Engine 4. We’ve already seen the engine in action a few times in the past using Epic’s own real time demos, but it became available to all at GDC. To sell …

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Here’s What Unreal Engine 4 On Mobile Looks Like

On Sunday night, Nvidia announced its latest mobile graphics chip – the Tegra K1. The company boasts that it’s the first 64-bit Android processor that makes use of its desktop Kepler graphics technology to deliver cutting edge visuals on mobile devices. To help prove this point, Nvidia teamed up with Epic Games to get Unreal Engine 4 running on the …

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Here’s What You Can Expect Out Of Unreal Engine 4 On Next Gen Systems

With the launch of the PS4 and Xbox One behind us, we can now focus on the upcoming games for both systems. While most of the launch games used tools from last generation game development, we’re probably going to see more and more games use the all new Unreal Engine 4 going forward. So, what can you expect from the …

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GDC 2013: Unreal Engine 4 Will Make You A Believer In The Next Generation

The next-generation of game consoles is quickly approaching, but there are some who claim that we don’t need new hardware. The argument usually focuses on how there’s still ways to squeeze more power out of the current generation of consoles, and how games still haven’t reached their full potential. At GDC 2013, Epic Games smashed that argument to bits with …

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Court Orders Silicon Knights to Destroy Copies of Too Human, X-Men: Destiny

A U.S. District Court has ordered Silicon Knights to stop using Epic Games‘ Unreal Engine and destroy all of its works containing licensed Epic Games technology, including unsold copies of Too Human, X-Men: Destiny, and other unreleased titles. The destruction will have to happen no later than December 10, 2012. The court also increased the amount of money awarded to …

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Epic, Square Enix Sign Long-Term Unreal Engine Deal

Epic Games and Square Enix today announced an agreement that will allow Square Enix to develop “multiple games” using Epic’s Unreal Engine 3 and Unreal Engine 4 technology. “Epic has a strong relationship with Square Enix, and it’s an honor to provide their creative and technical talent with the best game technology available for licensing,” said Taka Kawasaki, territory manager …

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Epic Games Launches New Studio For Unreal Engine 4

Epic Games today announced that it has created a new Seattle development studio that will focus on its Unreal Engine 4. The company has begun hiring developers to fill the studio, including programmers and support staff. “The proximity to key partners, the density of world-class talent and all the factors that make Seattle an attractive place to live convinced us …

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Chinese Telco Invests in Epic Games

Tencent Holdings Limited, a Chinese internet, mobile, and telecommunications provider, announced today that it has acquired a minority stake in Epic Games, Inc. Epic is the development studio behind the Unreal Engine and video game titles such as the Gears of War series. Tencent classifies the investment as a strategic one, and states that Epic will continue to operate independently. …

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Unreal Engine 4 Detailed by Epic Artist

The big developers and console makers of E3 have exhausted their supply of surprises for the year, so the gaming community is now left to sort through the endless scraps of indie titles and small publishers for creative surprises. It is also the part of E3 when technical demos begin to appear, showing off how the next generation of computer …

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Unreal Engine 4 Trailer Shown at E3

Though you might not be able to tell from the coverage of it, E3 is often more than just a show to debut games, gaming hardware, and accessories. It is also the place where companies market game development tools to the studios in attendance. This year, both Square Enix and Epic Games showed off their next generation game engines with …

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Unreal Game Engine Licensed to Government Agencies

The same game engine used to develop games like Batman: Arkham City, and the Gears of War and Mass Effect Series is now being licensed to the FBI and other government agencies for the development of training programs, the BBC is reporting. The licensing agreement is between Epic Games and Virtual Heroes, a division of Applied Research Associates (ARA). Virtual …

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