20°
Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 994d ago | news

Epic launches Seattle studio to work on Unreal Engine 4

Joystiq:

Epic has launched a new Seattle based studio to concentrate on Unreal Engine 4 development. The studio will be "initially focused on engineering efforts" for the engine, and Epic is now recruiting "exceptional programmers and support staff to collaborate with its engineering group." Specifically, the company is looking for "senior-level talent specializing in online game services and the infrastructure to support them." (Epic, Industry, Unreal Engine 4)

Alternative Sources

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories

22Cans names Simon Phillips as new CEO, Molyneux remains creative director

3m ago - Peter Molyneux's studio 22Cans has named a new CEO in Simon Phillips, with co-founder Molyneux no... | Industry
20°

Game of Thrones: Episode Four Review – Behind Enemy Lines | The Koalition

35m ago - After being on the defensive for so long, House Forrester takes a more proactive role in reclaimi... | PC
Ad

Filmwatch Contest Details

Now - Come celebrate the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron with us on Filmwatch and win cool prizes. | Promoted post
20°

DOTA 2 Cosplayer Set On Fire

35m ago - Luke Plunkett: "I...just...holy shit. Look. This dude is literally on fire." | Culture
30°

Games You Never Heard Of: Legend of Kay

40m ago - This week on Games You Never Heard Of, we check out Legend of Kay, a fun action-platformer that w... | PS2
40°

Watch a Dishonored player make short work of Daud's assassins

41m ago - PCgamer: "This video is almost enough to make me regret doing a (mostly) non-violent playthrou... | PC