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Tuesday, 28 February 2012 10:10

Epic Games to be at GDC

Written by David Stellmack

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Showing preview of Unreal Engine 4

Epic Games will be at the upcoming Game Developers Conference that runs from March 5th to March 9th. The company will be hosting press sessions and meeting with developers to show off its new next-generation Unreal Engine 4 game technology.

As if a sneak preview of the new Unreal Engine 4 technology is not enough, Epic is going further by having a dozen senior Epic staff members speak and give presentations at the Conference. Cliff Blezinski will also be hosting the Gamer Developer Choice Awards.

It is expected that the preview of the Unreal Engine 4 will give a glimpse of what we can expect from the next-generation of game consoles and the games that will be built for them. Epic is hoping that many developers will embrace the Unreal Engine 4 technology as the foundation to power their next-generation titles.


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