GDC News: Unreal Engine 4



At GDC on March 19th, Epic Games released demos showing off Unreal Engine 4. GPU particle simulation and collision, dynamic lighting, post processing effects, all can be seen on Unreal Engines youtube channel.

The company will license the Engine to Devs for $19 per month, with the engines C++ source code hosted on GitHub for collaborative development.


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