Epic Citadel Cleared for Chrome and Opera Browsers

By Unreal Engine

Today Epic Games added Chrome 31 and Opera 18 as supported browsers for Epic Citadel, our free application that demonstrates Unreal Engine 3-powered visuals on mobile devices and the Web.

Chrome and Opera, in addition to Firefox, now provide a smooth experience for enjoying modern 3D graphics on the Web, with no plug-ins or added components required.

This comes less than a year after we announced our Unreal Engine 3 port to Firefox. It’s truly exciting to see the rapid evolution of web technologies, which are opening new doors for gaming, and Unreal Engine technology is there.

Thanks to our friends at Mozilla who continue to collaborate with us to push the Web as a great platform for high-performance games.

Read more about this latest development in Mozilla’s blog post.

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