Unreal Engine 4’s 4.1 update is bringing development support for SteamOS, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Linux, and a many other improvements and additions to the engine. These new features and others were released on the Unreal Engine web page Here.
Today at GDC Epic has announced an Unreal Engine 4 subscription plan, To make the engine more user friendly for amateur developers and smaller indie teams. Tim Sweeney announced Epic is making the Unreal Engine 4 available to the public for the low cost of $19 a month. Epic will takes a five-percent royalty of gross revenue.