4.1 Release Notes

Unreal Engine 4.1 Release Notes

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Unreal Engine 4.1 is here, with full support for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at no extra cost to subscribers. Click above to read about all the improvements!

PlayStation 4 & Xbox One for subscribers!

PlayStation 4 & Xbox One for subscribers!

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Since releasing Unreal Engine 4 to the community last month, we’ve been working with Sony and Microsoft on a process for opening the engine up to all subscribers seeking to build games for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This effort has now succeeded!

New Release: Effects Cave Showcase

New Release: Effects Cave Showcase

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Folks who have been doing their homework on GPU particle systems in UE4 may have noticed the Effects Showcase referenced in UE4 documentation. Great news – today all UE4 subscribers can download this pretty content from Marketplace for free!

Join Us At Our Unreal Developer Day In Europe!

Join Us At Our Unreal Developer Day In Europe!

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Following our ground breaking news at GDC, we put our heads together over here in Europe and decided that to get everyone off to a flying start with UE4 as a subscription-based service, we should host a ‘how to’ training event.

Building Fortnite With Unreal Engine 4

Building Fortnite With Unreal Engine 4

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Everyone on the Fortnite team is working hard to make Fortnite the best game it can be, which is why we were excited to talk with Game Informer! But, without Unreal Engine 4, we could never make the game we are making today. I started as a programmer on Fortnite before we moved to UE4, and it's been fascinating to see both the engine and game evolve over time. From the challenges we've been through, I know that UE4 is perfect if you want to make a game that's innovative, mechanically deep, and stylish. How do I know?

New Release: Realistic Rendering Showcase

New Release: Realistic Rendering Showcase

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If you watched today’s Twitch broadcast then you’ve already heard that all active UE4 subscribers can now download our Realistic Rendering showcase through Marketplace for free. We hope it’s a nice surprise for everyone!

Unreal Engine 4.1 Update Preview

Unreal Engine 4.1 Update Preview

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The new 4.1 release is coming later this month!  Click the headline above to read many details about what’s in store.

Unreal Engine 4 for Everyone

Welcome to Unreal Engine 4

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Unreal Engine 4 is here. Starting now developers everywhere can take advantage of the fully featured toolset, integrated systems and the full C++ source code. You get everything so you can build anything. Click above to read more!
Unreal Engine 4 for schools, faculty and students

Unreal Engine 4 for schools, faculty and students

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It's simple for schools, students, and faculty to easily access the complete Unreal Engine 4 for PC, Mac, iOS, and Android -- as well as complete C++ source code to its world-class, multimillion-line codebase which can be studied, extended, and shared on the GitHub community. Click above to read more!