Unreal Engine is one of the most popular video game engine in the industry nowadays. It has been used to power some of the most visually appealing video games, from Rocskteady’s Arkham Asylum to Ninja Theory’s Devil May Cry, and also the recent Bioshock Infinite. Those games used Unreal Engine 3 as an base to build from.
We have featured Epic Games tech demo for Unreal Engine 4 in our previous post, Infiltrator and Elemental. The studio have released series of video to show the improvement and features of the next evolution of the engine, such as the GPU Particles, Particles Lights and also material work on the Unreal Engine 4.
Check out the Inside Unreal video series by the team at Epic Game Studios