In an effort to recognize developers that produce visually outstanding works in Unreal Engine and reward them with top-of-the-line hardware, Epic Games partners with NVIDIA to offer the NVIDIA Edge Program through which selected teams receive a GTX 1080 Ti.
Congrats to this month’s recipients! Remember, if you’ve entered in the past, but your project hasn’t been selected, we encourage you to re-enter at any time.
Last Bastion - Timothy Dries
In a personal project created over a couple of months, Last Bastion is a gorgeously realistic and evocative piece created by Timothy Dries. The scene represents a place for humans to still find hope and home, after the collapse of civilization. Dries keeps an informative blog and offers breakdowns for many of his environment projects.
Cherry Apartment - Jakub Lesniak
Inspired to learn the real-time capabilities of Unreal Engine, Jakub Lesniak built the lovely Cherry Apartment scene to grip what was possible. He has created an array of arch vis projects and more recently has delved into the excitement of virtual reality development.
2170 - Firefly Studio
Firefly Studio, comprised of a solo developer in Bangladesh, is in the heart of development on 2170, an open world third person sci-fi shooter set in a post-apocalyptic universe with a beautiful, vibrant environment. Keep an eye on the ongoing development of 2170.--
The Unreal Engine community continues to inspire us with their talent and creativity; thank you for sharing your incredible artistry!
Want to submit your project?
Head over to the NVIDIA Edge hub for the details on how to submit your work. If you’ve entered previously, but haven’t been a winner thus far, we encourage you to re-apply to the program.