Browsing: Unreal

The court has recently ruled that Fortnite will still not be able to move back to the App Store, however, Unreal Engine will not be banned from Apple’s online store. The legal battle between Epic Games and Apple has been going on for months and while the substantive part of the lawsuit will only take place next year, Epic is trying to urge the case, at least on certain issues. This time, the publisher wanted the judge to overturn Apple’s decision and allow Fortnite to reappear on the App Store, but the court’s decision ultimately remained unchanged. Judge Yvonnie Gonzales…

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It’s almost unbelievable that it’s not about real footage, it’s about the world created in Unreal Engine. It now belongs to the Epic Games stable Quixel’s profile is quite special: he makes assets in Unreal Engine, so he actually puts world-building tools in the hands of developers. About a year ago, they released a spectacular demonstration video designed to showcase the capabilities of the toolbar they created. And now this material finally has a Hungarian aspect. The video in question has recently become available with Hungarian dubbing. Attila Illésy himself shared the material he narrated, which you can see below.…

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If you’ve always been interested in making a video game and now you’re stuck within the four walls, this can be a great time to learn the basics of managing one of the most popular game engines. Being locked in an apartment after a while can be quite frustrating, so it is better for a person to prepare for as many programs as possible that they can do in the security of their home. This is aided by the plethora of free games that the studios make available to us, but if you want to spend time with something more…

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The iconic track of Blizzard’s game looks especially cool, endowed with the visual world provided by the 3D engine, every Diablo II fan’s heart beats at the sight of such. The game engine hammered by Epic Games, Unreal Engine 4, is accessible to anyone, so not only programmers can create miracle things in it, but also 3D artists. Many are using it to make existing games a breeze, so we’ve already seen some of the venues for League of Legends, Silent Hill and Fable come to life. Now a place called Kurast Docks in Diablo II has got beautiful 3D…

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