We Happy Few: Inside the Unreal-Powered Dystopia

We Happy Few: Inside the Unreal-Powered Dystopia

Jessica Beaudoin on Jul 26, 2016 | Games

The team at Compulsion Games discusses its use of Unreal Engine 4 in the making of We Happy Few, a game of paranoia and survival in a drugged-out, dystopian English city.

Inside the sweltering sandbox of Firefighting Simulator

Inside the sweltering sandbox of Firefighting Simulator

Jeremy Peel on Jul 25, 2016 | Games VR

The day starts at the station, the alarm bell resounding in your ears as you rush towards the vehicle bay. You’re taking a fire engine out into a vaguely West Coast city, steering its bulk quickly but safely through the traffic towards the location of a fire. Fellow emergency services update you on the situation as you go, and once parked up you step out of the vehicle to prep - plugging the engine into a water source and deciding on a course of action.

Inside The Assembly - How nDreams is Using UE4 to Bring Its VR Vision to Life

Inside The Assembly - How nDreams is Using UE4 to Bring Its VR Vision to Life

Daniel Kayser on Jul 21, 2016 | Games VR

We chat with The Assembly’s Game Director Jamie Whitworth to learn more about the compelling project and the studio’s overall approach to VR.

Take on toys in the great, physics-y outdoors of R.C. Bot Inc.

Take on Toys in the Great, Physics-y Outdoors of R.C. Bot Inc.

Jeremy Peel on Jul 20, 2016 | Games

Going outside? Pfft, we shunned that when we became PC gamers. Regular sleepers merely adopted the dark; we were born it, compelled by screen glare to close the curtains the very first time we booted up Thief II. Except that sometimes, on a rainy day, there’s nothing quite like an outdoors simulator.

Unreal Engine 4 Summits Mount Everest

Unreal Engine 4 Summits Mount Everest

John Gaudiosi on Jul 18, 2016 | Games VR

Just over 4,000 people have successfully scaled Mount Everest, which at over 29,000 feet is the world’s highest mountain. Now anyone can summit the challenging peak without making the expensive trek to Nepal, thanks to developer Solfar’s Everest VR. And Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4 is bringing every nook and cranny of the famous mountain to life in virtual reality.