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.
Never ones to sit around letting the grass grow under our feet, we thought the Easter break would be the best time. Short notice, we know, but we also recognize how hungry the new UE4 subscription community is for more in-depth knowledge on how to best use the power of our technology.
We will be holding the first Unreal Developer Day at the recently opened Epic Games Centre at Staffordshire University in Stafford, and it’s open to everyone with an interest in developing cool s**t with our tech.
Registration is now open at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/unreal-developer-day-thursday-17th-april-tickets-11168446123 and is available on a first come, first served basis. Epic’s engineering, design and support team members will provide insight into the latest tools and technologies, as well as a look into the future of the new UE4 ecosystem.
Mike Gamble, European Territory Manager
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