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Unreal Engine 4 is now free for anyone to use

Unreal Engine 4 is now free for anyone to use

Epic has decided to let anybody and everybody use Unreal Engine 4 for free, ending the prior subscription model. Whether you’re using it for “game development, education, architecture, visualization [or] VR, film and animation,” the…


Posted by: Peter Parrish

Epic Games sets up UK studio

Epic Games’ England-based partner studio, Pitbull Studio, has now become Epic Games UK. Epic Games have announced that Pitbull Studio (a company formed after Midway Games Newcastle folded) have been brought into the Epic fold,…


Posted by: Tim McDonald


Fortnite still exists, shows gameplay footage

Fortnite still exists, shows gameplay footage

Epic Games’ Unreal 4 engine title Fortnite hasn’t exactly been going heavy on the hype recently, but here’s a newly released gameplay footage trailer. I shouldn’t complain about games being understated with their advertising really,…


Posted by: Peter Parrish






Cliff Bleszinski leaves Epic Games

Epic Games has announced that Cliff Bleszinski, so often the public face of the studio, has decided to leave the North Carolina-based developer. Bleszinksi is probably best known for his involvement with the Gears of…


Posted by: Peter Parrish

Big Huge Games returns as Impossible Studios

You may remember developer Big Huge Games being caught in the rapid downfall of Rhode Island-based 38 Studios. Big Huge was the studio 38 had taken over, and Kingdoms of Amalur was adapted from a…


Posted by: Peter Parrish


Infinity Blade started life as a Kinect project

Mark Rein, vice-president of Epic Games, has provided a little more insight into the way that iOS¬†phenomenon came to be. Speaking at last week’s Develop conference in Brighton, England, Rein said that the idea had…


Posted by: IncGamers Staff