Unreal Engine for AR, VR & MR
From individuals just starting out to world-renowned VFX houses and Hollywood storytellers, you’ll never outgrow Unreal.

Augmented, virtual and mixed reality technologies are evolving rapidly and becoming more powerful by the day. Even if you're starting with a simple project to learn AR, VR or mixed reality, Unreal Engine empowers you to build your team, your assets and your workflow with tools that can deliver on your creative vision and quality bar - now and in the future.

Built For Performance Without Sacrificing Quality

To create immersive experiences that are believable to the human mind, AR, VR and mixed reality require complex scenes rendered at very high framerates. There are no shortcuts.

Because Unreal Engine 4 is designed for demanding applications such as AAA games, filmmaking and photoreal visualization, it meets these requirements and provides a solid foundation to build upon.

Both powerful and proven, the world’s leading brands consistently choose Unreal Engine to bring their stories to life.

  • Rendering pipeline that gets you to 90 Hz stereo framerate or faster at high resolutions for VR, no code changes required.

  • Tools that scale from simple to extremely detailed scenes, environments and characters.

  • Advanced cinematic, post-processing and PBR capabilities out of the box.

  • Low friction startup and rapid iteration. Plug in your dev kit and go.

  • Frequent updates for the latest hardware and software including Oculus Rift, Steam VR / HTC Vive, PlayStation VR, Mac, iOS / ARKit, Google ARCoreSamsung Gear VR, Google VR, OSVR and Leap Motion.


Unreal Engine 4 Supports Magic Leap One™

Unreal Engine 4 developers can create content for Magic Leap One™ starting now. Find more information and links to developer resources here.

'Seed' Wins $500,000 Developing Beyond Video Games Final

Virtual reality game Seed won $150,000 today to conclude Developing Beyond, a $500,000 year-long development competition created by Epic Games and Wellcome

Unreal Engine Developers Honored at the 2018 Lumiere Awards

From Best VR Location-Based Animation Short to Best Augmented Reality Experience, the impact Unreal Engine developers are making in the realm of immersive storytelling has never been more evident.

Delve into VR and AR for Design Review in our Latest Design Visualization Webinar

Is your design firm curious about exploring the creative and captivating potential of VR and AR? You won’t want to miss our upcoming webinar! 
Customer Stories

Nickelodeon’s SlimeZone Multi-Player VR Experience Comes to IMAX Centers

Built in Unreal Engine by the talented team at the Nickelodeon Entertainment Lab, SlimeZone lets up to six players select from a range of Nickelodeon character avatars, play games, watch cartoons, create art and slime their friends.

Experience the Force Like Never Before With ‘Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire’

Anyone can enjoy total immersion in the Star Wars universe by stepping into Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire, a hyper-reality experience developed by ILMxLAB and The VOID using Unreal Engine 4.

Building Inspiration with Stonehenge VR SANDBOX

Energized by their own experiences with VR, Jessica Villarreal and Christian Bretz immediately recognized the potential and shifted course to co-found VoyagerVR, which led to the creation of both Stonehenge VR and the recently released Stonehenge VR SANDBOX.

Blasting Off with 'Morgan Lives in a Rocket House' in VR

After watching Epic’s ‘A Boy and his Kite’, animator Peter Monga knew he had found the solution he needed to begin working on the fun and colorful pre-school show that also recently released in VR.



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