Dana outlines the new Marketplace content released last week and highlights the indie teams showing off their Unreal Engine games at EGX next week. Read the Marketplace blog and EGX press release for more information. Sjoerd De Jong talks about the early stages of his career and his journey up to now, as well as shows us an updated look at “Solus.”
Sjoerd, known around the UE community as “Hourences,” has been developing games in the Unreal Engine for around 15 years. He has worked on a large number of titles, done countless workshops, and trained thousands through on-site learning sessions and video tutorials. A good friend of Epic and many Unreal Engine developers, we were honored to have him come visit. Check out his website at hourences.com
Central Station by Guillermo Moreno
This futuristic scene is inspired by Mass Effect, Destiny, and Killzone, and is a great display of materials and effects. Watch the video here.
Silly Soccer by Pampers
Silly Soccer is a comical sports game featuring chat, power-ups, and a heavy dose of ridiculousness. Follow the development of Silly Soccer on the forums.
ArchViz Scene by Alexis “dbalex” De Bosscher
This wonderful display of lighting and materials comes to us from Alexis at BoCo Studio, an architectural visualization studio. Catch the video here, and check the forums for more pictures and ongoing updates.
Deadhold by Richard Cowgill
The first preview for Unreal Engine 4.19 is now available for download o...