Posts Tagged ‘Epic Games’
Unreal Engine, designed by Epic Games, was first introduced in 1998. Since then it’s gone through many changes and improvements to enhance the experience for gamers worldwide.
Microsoft has reached a deal with North Carolina-based studio Epic Games to acquire its Gears of War franchise. Microsoft Studios has published the Gears of War series since its first entry back in 2006, but will own all existing and future games in their entirety henceforth.
Epic Games Gears of War: Judgment, billed as a prequel, will contain an extra campaign, titled simply Aftermath.
Epic Games has announced NCsoft‘s purchase of a license for Unreal Engine 4.
Get Early Access to Gears of War: Judgment OverRun Mode Through GameStop Pre-Order Today, GameStop, Microsoft and Epic Games announced that fans across the United States will be able to obtain early access to the new OverRun Mode, to join the fight against the Locust Horde! Early access on Xbox LIVE will begin on March […]
3D VR Headsets have been attempted before, but the new Oculus Rift may be the first to get it right.
In what has to be a tech demo representation of the common phrase thrown around in Game of Thrones; ‘winter is coming’. Epic Games have released something that has everyone starting off cold but ends up making them hot.
Earlier this year behind closed doors, Epic Games showed of a demo of what’s possible with Unreal Engine 4. Today, those details and screen shots have been made public.
Epic Games China, more appropriately known as Yingpei Games, Ltd, announced today their upcoming project, Mercenary Ops, a PC-exclusive shooter coming out this summer. Powered by the Unreal engine and featuring Nvidia’s PhysX, Mercenary Ops combines tactical gameplay, fast-paced action, and character customization. [pullquote_left]Killing became our business[/pullquote_left]Boasting advanced covering mechanics and an active reload system, Mercenary Ops is already being […]
Last year’s 1st-person shooter by Epic Games & People Can Fly, Bulletstorm, filled with bad language and chaos does not seem like it will be receiving a second installment anywhere in the near future. Epic Games’ Mike Capps had discussed this disappointing news with GameSpot at PAX East this past weekend. [quote]We thought a lot about a […]
Reverb Publishing is the world’s leading digital video game publisher. It was just announced that they have entered into a site licensing agreement with Epic Games’ industry leading, multiple award-winning, game engine, the Unreal Engine 3 (UE3). Within this agreement, Reverb will lend some of their resources to developers of all sorts. Whether it’s a […]