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Submitted by -Mezzo- 883d ago | interview

Epic goes all-in on HTML5 with UE4 support

GamaSutra - As part of a string of announcements centered around its upcoming Unreal Engine 4, Epic Games has revealed that its popular game engine will (eventually) support web-standard HTML5, allowing the deployment of graphically-rich games that, in theory, can run on any device that can display a web page. (Culture, Unreal Engine 4)

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