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Thursday, 01 March 2007 12:19

CAPCOM and UE3 engine

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Unreal engine has the power



Stating
that the Unreal Engine 3 is one of the most powerful and versatile tools available for next-generation game development, Capcom announced licencing of the UE3 from Epic Games Inc. Capcom plans to use this engine for yet unannounced poject that is being developed in Northern America. 

 
As you already might know Capcom will introduce sequels to their famous titles, some even scheduled for later this year. We already know that Monster Hunter 2 for PSP is due in September 2007, dates for Resident Evil 5 for PS3 and XBOX360 and Devil May Cry 4 for PS3 are yet to be announced.

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