The Call of Duty series moved on from World War 2 many years ago. However, some former developers of Call of Duty are heading back to WW2 with their new multiplayer shooter.
Lately, there have been a lot of rumblings in the gaming and sports communities about a potential rival attempting to take the crown from Electronic Arts's annual Madden NFL series. Well, the rumblings have some weight behind them, because Joe Montana confirmed that a football game is on the way. And it's running on the Unreal Engine 4.
A new trailer has been released for the recently updated version of Unreal Tournament, which is being designed in part with the community and running on the latest version of the Unreal Engine 4. The trailer showcases an absolutely gorgeous new map called Outpost 23, and is accompanied by a few new additions to the marketplace.
Epic Games took the next big leap into the realm of breaking down barriers and opening up the bridge between dreaming up a cool game and making that cool game. How did they break down the barrier? By removing the financial hurdles for small outlets, starting studios and indie devs to get over.
First-person adventure game Titanic: Honor and Glory will let players explore a virtual version of the doomed luxury liner. If they're not careful, they'll go down with the ship too.
Rockstar Games' Bully is one of those games that have gone down in history as an instant-classic (although, few titles in Rockstar's library haven't been labeled as instant-classics) and it just received the HD treatment courtesy of the Unreal Engine 4. Check it out below.
Nvidia has recently unveiled their Tegra X1 mobile processing chip. It's being hailed by the company as a “mobile superchip”. The chip can do approximately 1.1 teraflops worth of calculations per second and is claimed to be as powerful as today's home consoles and PCs.
If you're a fan of the age-old isometric murder simulator, Postal (is that the proper term for it? Because you certainly weren't playing the good guy) you're probably excited to know that a new game is in the works at Running With Scissors using the Unreal Engine 4.
Well, it looks like Kingdom Hearts 3 is still chugging along through development, as game creator Tetsuya Nomura recently explained that the development team has decided to change engines, moving over to Unreal Engine 4.
Today, Epic Games announced that they have volleyed the ball back into the court of Unity after announcing that they will be giving away Unreal Engine 4 licenses for free to schools and students under the new education program.
We don't know a whole lot about Tekken 7 but we do know that the game apparently manages to finish off the Mishima storyline (or so we think) as a key character in the game's long-running story about the battling bloodline in a very corrupt family tree.
Bandai Namco is planning to announce Tekken 7 tonight. However, the first details on the fighting game leaked out this afternoon.
Without Memory is an upcoming game from Russian developer Dinosaurum. The game is scheduled to arrive for the PlayStation 4 but not the Xbox One.
Yager Development, the Berlin based game studio that brought you critically acclaimed titles like Spec Ops: The Line, have announced that they will be unveiling a brand new first-person shooter IP at E3 next week.
Epic Games is really diving head-first into emergent business models. I have to really applaud this for this move. For those of you who have no idea what I'm talking about, I'll explain it like this: Epic Games is acting like an indie hipster.