10°
Submitted by -Mezzo- 784d 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)

Add comment

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

Clash of Clans Strategy Guide & Tips: Army Buildings at a Glance

10m ago - If you’re ready for more Clash of Clans strategies, then you’ve come to the right place, especial... | iPhone
10°

Former Irrational Game Devs Announce New Narrative Driven Horror Adventure Game, Perception

15m ago - OnlySP: Yet another game has been announced by some of the former developers from Irrational Game... | PC
Ad

The Witcher 3

Now - All the lore you need to know. | Promoted post
20°

Come Roleplay With Me: The Witcher 2

17m ago - Chris Corbett explores his inner pervert, as he plays The Witcher 2 as a nymphomaniac more intere... | PC
10°

The Asset Flip

20m ago - Jim Sterling: We’ve talked about “stock Unity assets” on this show before, but what does that... | Industry
30°

D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die PC Version Release Schedule Announced

28m ago - D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die is coming to PC via Steam on June 5th, and prior to its release Playism... | PC