Alan Smithee

Majority of Unreal Engine 4 Games are New IP say Epic

Majority of Unreal Engine 4 Games are New IP say Epic

The gaming companies that have signed on to license the amazing Unreal Engine 4 from Epic Games are mostly working on new IP (Intellectual Properties) rather than grinding out sequels according to European territory manager for Epic, Mike Gamble. In an interview with Edge, he stated that the ratio of sequels to new IP is […]

 Ryan Wilson

Unreal Engine 4 is Still At Least a Few Years Off

Unreal Engine 4 is Still At Least a Few Years Off

Back in 2009, I reported that Epic Games would not be releasing its successor to the heavily used Unreal Engine 3 until a loose timeframe of “2012 to 2018”, supposedly to let technology catch up and evolve to a point where a new engine is necessary. Now, according to an interview with Epic Games CEO […]