With support for next-gen consoles, updated feature sets like Niagara VFX and Chaos physics and destruction, enhanced profiling tools, a new high-quality media output pipeline, new and improved shading models, and so much more, Unreal Engine 4.25 has something for everyone.
Explore a series of useful explainer video guides that dive into key Unreal Engine features and workflows, as we round up a selection of learning content for those looking to get started with Unreal Engine.
From universities around the world, we highlight some of the most amazing Unreal Engine student projects of the year in the Spring 2020 Student Showcase. Plus, find out how you can submit your project for the Fall.
In this new white paper, we discuss the challenges we overcame during the development of our own games including Fortnite, and how you can use the lessons we learned to distribute the Unreal Editor to your team.
Real-time technology is being used in innovative ways to teach everything from history to math. We talk to secondary education teachers using real-time tools in their classes across both core subjects and electives like game development.