Freedom for all creators

Creativity lies in all of us; it’s what makes us human. If you have a story to tell, a vision to realise, or an idea to explore, we welcome you to the world of extraordinary Unreal creators who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible across an entire spectrum of industries. 

Unreal for All Creators

In this video made by The Mill, directed by FILFURY, and produced in Unreal Engine, you’ll get a glimpse of the limitless possibilities open to creators from industries as diverse as games, film & television, architecture, and automotive. 

Step inside the ‘Unreal for All Creators’ world!

Want to find out more about how Unreal for All Creators was made? Take a look behind the scenes as we talk to FILFURY about the project, watch the replay of our Creating Visual Effects With Unreal Engine webinar, and download some of the assets to explore for yourself.

Unreal creators share their stories

What role does creativity play in peoples’ lives? How does the drive to create shape the paths they tread? Every Unreal creator has a different story to tell, different influences to draw on, and different passions to share; we can find inspiration in each unique journey. Here are just a few them. 

Sam Anderson advocates for women in real-time archviz

Interactive visualization specialist Sam Anderson has always pushed the boundaries, from bucking the conventions of her suburban Texas upbringing, to forging a career that combines architecture with gaming. Find out about her determination to succeed in a male-dominated world and her resolve to become a role model for others.

Childhood memories inspire creativity for Andrew Svanberg Hamilton

When the Australian-born art director found himself on the other side of the world pursuing a career in game development, he felt a powerful nostalgia for his happy childhood in his native country. Here, he tells us how and why he created Memories of Australia, the short film made in Unreal Engine that he calls his "love letter to Australia".

Gwen Frey's hard-won success in indie game development

Game developer Gwen Frey shares her journey from her first job at Slipgate Ironworks and working on titles like BioShock Infinite at Irrational Games, to finally founding her own indie company, Chump Squad, and making the successful 3D puzzle game Kine. She also talks about the highs and lows she's faced along the way, and why it's absolutely crucial that you love what you do.

Meet someone Unreal!

Want to find out what Unreal creators from all around the world, and from all different backgrounds, do in their spare time? Who hoards stuffed animals, and who gives names to their plants? Here’s your chance to discover what makes these people tick, and get some advice from them too.

Want to become an Unreal creator?

Unreal Engine is free to download, and comes with every feature and full source code access included out of the box. There's also over 100 hours of free online learning, and a vibrant community to connect with on our online forums and at regular events, held both virtually and around the globe. We'd love for you to join us!