Yingpei Games, has let loose additional details for their upcoming third-person, Gears of War-esque shooter, Mercenary Ops. The new information confirms that the game will have a zombie mode, a survival mode and a horde mode.
Yingpei Games, also known as Epic Games China (although they're not actually a subsidiary of Epic Games), announced today that new media assets have become available for the PC exclusive, Mercenary Ops, which is due out this summer.
The Unreal Engine 3 is being used to power yet another third-person, cover-based shooter, this time around it's called Mercenary Ops and it will be a free-to-play, multiplayer-based, co-op affair, planned for release this summer.
Yesterday there were reports that a new MMO was in the works under the Epic Games China label after info from LinkedIn profiles surfaced. However, that's not necessarily the case, the Epic Games China division is not wholly affiliated with the main Epic Games branch and is instead a loose subsidiary with Epic's "blessings".
You know the Nvidia card that ran the Unreal Engine 3 Samaritan demo single-handedly? Something that required the power of three GTX 580s? Well, new information has been released to give gamers and enthusiasts alike a good idea of just how much power will be at their finger tips.
NCSoft has announced that they have entered a site-wide licensing deal with Epic to use the Unreal Engine 3 for a number of upcoming games, including the highly anticipated Blade & Soul.
Reverb Publishing, a company that usually focuses on promoting indie games and smaller budget titles, announced today that they have purchased a site-wide license for Epic's Unreal Engine 3, meaning that all developers under their label will have access to the high-end engine.
NeoWiz games revealed a new cinematic trailer and an official website for the Unreal Engine 3 powered MMO, Bless. Some of the minds working on the game are alumni from titles such as Lineage 2, Aion and TERA.
The Unreal Engine powered mech-shooter was on the generous receiving end of a $10 million dollar investment from the same people who put their dollar bills behind Riot Games' League of Legends.
Four indie teams headed up and mentored by industry veterans will participate in a new Make Something Unreal Contest, where the teams will use Epic Games' Unreal Development Kit to design and create games based around the Fighting Fantasy IP role-playing game books.
Unreal Engine 3-powered mech combat game Hawken now has a release date. In a new interview, developer Adhesive Games revealed that the free-to-play title will be available for the PC on December 12th.
Gazillion Entertainment has announced that they have licensed the Unreal Engine 3 for their upcoming superhero-based MMO, Marvel Heroes Online, which is currently heavy in development over at the Super Identity Studios.
Square and Epic announced that the Japanese publisher has licensed the Unreal Engine 3 for yet-to-be-announced projects. It's quite obvious the projects make up for part of the 10 new IPs Square wanted to push into the market to reinvigorate their image.
It may be the most popular free-to-play shooter on the net but Nexon constantly finds ways to move the franchise forward. The next step in the evolution of Combat Arms is moving from PC to the iOS and to do so, Nexon acquired an Unreal Engine 3 license in order to power the mobile version of the popular shooter.
Grounding Incorporated announced today that they are yet another Asian developer taking full advantage of Epic's Japanese studio. The developer has licensed the Unreal Engine 3 for the upcoming Xbox 360 Kinect game, tentatively titled Project Draco.