SAN FRANCISCO (March 19, 2014)– Virtual reality development for games, linear entertainment and other types of applications has exploded over the past months, and the new Unreal Engine 4 demonstration at this week’s Game Developers Conference brings new depth and fidelity to the Oculus experience.
SAN FRANCISCO (March 19, 2014) – At the 2014 Game Developers Conference, Epic Games opened Unreal Engine 4 to the world, releasing all of its leading-edge tools, features and complete C++ source code to the development community through a new subscription model. Developers can sign up for UE4 for PC, Mac, iOS and Android by paying $19 per month, plus 5% of gross revenue resulting from any commercial products built using UE4.
MELBOURNE (March 17, 2014) – The Forest Project is an upcoming serious game that provides therapeutic benefits to people living with dementia through the use of virtual environments. Created with Unreal Engine 4, The Forest Project is an initiative of Alzheimer's Australia Vic and developer, Opaque Multimedia.
Today Mozilla and Epic are giving a preview of how the Web is continuing to evolve as a powerful platform for gaming by providing a sneak peek of the Unreal Engine 4 Project Soul and Swing Ninja demos, running in Firefox at near-native speeds. This video is the first glimpse of Unreal Engine 4 running on the Web without plugins.
In this new release of UDK, the free edition of Unreal Engine 3, developers will benefit from enhancements specific to mobile development, including iOS 7 and Xcode 5 support, shader upgrades, as well as the addition of distortion.