With games like Bright Memory: Infinite, Call of the Sea, Chorus, and more, the majority of newly revealed titles shown running on Xbox Series X during Microsoft’s gaming event are powered by Unreal Engine.
In 2020, Unreal Fest Europe and Unreal Academy will be rolled into one. Bringing together professionals from a whole range of industries to learn, get inspired, and network, we’re looking for speakers from games, media and entertainment, automotive, architecture, education, and beyond.
Interactive tools for design and engineering, pixel streaming, and immersive UE4-powered VR dealership experiences were just some of the hot topics discussed at this year’s Build: Munich for Automotive event.
I/ITSEC 2019 is just around the corner! Come and explore how innovative real-time training and simulation solutions built on Unreal Engine are improving realism, safety, and performance across the defense and security industries.
At Autodesk University 2019 in Las Vegas, we experienced the future of interactive design with the latest real-time technology. Watch booth presentations from our own in-house specialists and inspiring guest presenters and learn more about our speakers below.
Unreal Fest Europe returns to Prague from April 29 to May 1, 2020! If you can share how to build imaginative gameplay systems, refine artistic workflows, or speak to other game development gems, we want to hear from you.
It’s time for the next Twinmotion Community Challenge! Share your videos for the chance to win some great prizes. We’re looking for spectacular visualizations on the theme “The Best Modern Building in Fall.”
Unreal Academy is a training event for creatives, designers, and visualization specialists in the architectural visualization, automotive & transportation, film & television, and other non-games fields who are seeking to tap into the potential of using Unreal Engine’s real-time technology.
Taking place in Seattle and NYC, Unreal Dev Days offers presentations and strategic info about Unreal Engine to help developers be as successful as possible. Plus, get the details on our first ever Unreal Indie Dev Days!
Students love playing games like Fortnite. What if they could enjoy learning history, math, science, or social studies while they play and create?
Epic Games invites secondary school teachers to submit lesson plans that utilize interactive 3D technology to engage their students for a chance to win cash prizes up to $25,000. To enter the contest, submit a new or existing lesson plan that incorporates Fortnite Creative, Twinmotion, or Unreal Engine by September 30, 2020.
Lesson plans can cover any topic for ages 13 and up—whether that’s a core subject like history, math, or science, or vocational skills like game design, engineering, or urban planning. Need help teaching with real-time tools? We have so many resources and lesson plan examples to help you get started!
Can you tell a story with Unreal? If so, then the Unreal Film Jam is for you! Use your cinematic and technical talents to create a short inspired by the theme "Oh, the places you'll go" for a chance to receive cash and sponsored prizes, Marketplace credits, and even personalized project reviews with Blur Studio (creators of Love, Death & Robots) and Epic.
Epic's Lead Technical Animator Christoper Evans will unveil his passion project "Il Divino: Michelangelo's Sistine Ceiling in VR." This world premiere immersive experience offers unprecedented access to Michelangelo’s masterpiece.