In addition to the new engine, the developer of Unreal graphics engines is also working on creating games.

Tim Sweeney, founder of Epic Games, said in an interview with Edge magazine that their company is working on three games at once in addition to the Unreal 4 engine. One of them is, at the latest, a new zombie-survivor-themed online cooperative approach, Fortnite will be a work dubbed the title, in addition to which two more unnamed projects are taking place within the ranks of the studio. One of the latter will be a program for mobiles, while the other game will be a techdemo for the latest generation of machines from the Unreal 4 engine (perhaps the new Unreal Tournament mentioned on Mark Rein’s Twitter page). Sweeney promises “they want to show the potential of the new engine in the way they have always been expected to do, and they want to expose players to a visual world that catches their breath and proves that next-gen graphics do exist.” And to be able to do all their current work, they employ at least two hundred people, one hundred of whom are working on the Unreal 4 Engine, while another hundred are working on game development. The head of the company also explained that “in their view, the video game industry has changed: today, about a third of AAA-rated titles are being made than before, but they are three times higher than before, so it is likely that the AAA category will now be a minority in many low-budget or indie program “.


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