Tagged: Unreal

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Unreal Engine Summer Roundup

Unreal has had a couple big releases since our last news roundup, so let’s take a look at the most current version. Version 4.9 of the Unreal Engine dropped at the end of August,...

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Unreal Engine Winter Update

The biggest news from Unreal come recently: Unreal Engine 4 is now free to use! Unfortunately, I’ve been remiss in updating the other news about Unreal Engine this Winter, so here is a roundup...

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Unreal Engine Now Free to Use

This week, Epic Games announced that the Unreal Engine is now free to download and use for all developers. This replaces the subscription model introduced last year; potential developers now only need to create...

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Unreal Engine 4.4 Updates

Since the release of version 4.4 of the Unreal Engine, Epic has posted several hotfixes for the release. Unreal Engine 4.4.1 Fixes: Unreal Front End: Fixed a crash that occurred when using cooking-on-the-fly with...

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Unreal Engine Free for Education

This afternoon, Epic announced that Unreal Engine 4 is free to use for colleges and universities. The engine can be installed and used on all school owned computers, and personal copies can be provided...

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Unreal Engine 4.4 Now Available

Last month, Epic announced the release of Unreal Engine 4.4. This release features Unreal Motion Graphics (UMG), the new UI design and scripting toolset, as well as releasing the Behavior Tree Editor (AI logic...

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Unreal Engine News – Summer 2014

Over the last couple of months, Epic has been hard at work on their Unreal gaming engine. Unfortunately, I havn’t been able to keep up with the news, so this post contains several pieces...

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Unreal Engine 4.3 Now Available

Last week, Epic released Version 4.3 of the Unreal Engine to subscribers. This release features World Composition tools, spline features, Paper2D, SpeedTree 7 support, Metal API for iOS 8, and new Oculus Rift support....