Unreal Engine

Unreal Engine

The Unreal Engine is a game engine and suite of tools and technologies developed by Epic Games. The engine was first released in 1998 as a part of the first-person shooter game Unreal, where the game itself was built on the engine. Today the Unreal Engine has grown into an ecosystem that includes a marketplace for game assets that can help indie developer to develop games and make a living selling game assets them selves. The Unreal Engine is free to use and provides a revenue-share model for developers and has been used to tipple A studios and indie developers to create games in almost every genre, including platformers, fighting games,RPGs, MMORPGs, and many more.

Overview of Unreal Engine

The Unreal Engine is a game engine and suite of tools and technologies developed by Epic Games. The engine was first released in 1998 as a part of the first-person shooter game Unreal, where the game itself was built on the engine. Today the Unreal Engine has grown into an ecosystem that includes a marketplace for game assets that can help indie developer to develop games and make a living selling game assets them selves. The Unreal Engine is free to use and provides a revenue-share model for developers and has been used to tipple A studios and indie developers to create games in almost every genre, including platformers, fighting games,RPGs, MMORPGs, and many more.

Unreal Engine Specifications

Category

Development & DevOps
Gaming & eSports

Platform

Linux
macOS
Windows

Pricing Model

Free

Software License

Open Source

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