Unreal Engine 3-powered Demo Now Free to Explore in HTML5

Epic Games and Mozilla have continued a close collaboration first revealed during Game Developers Conference 2013 to release "Epic Citadel" on the Web running in HTML5. No plug-ins or added components are needed to experience the free app.

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M-M2052d ago

Not bad, 2.0 Ghz dual core with an integrated GPU with 128mb of memory(almost 2GB shared) with 6GB of ram xD.

Crazyglues2052d ago (Edited 2052d ago )

Wow this is really impressive... I got 43fps 1920 x 1080 -high performance...

Really amazing to think that was all HTML5 and in a browser window... just wow.

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Plagasx2052d ago

What kind of system do you have? because I have a gtx 680 with a 3570k and all Im getting is 16fps average...

Dasteru2052d ago

What browser are you using? This is optimized for Firefox.

I'm using a GTX 470 & AMD Phenom II 965, getting 43fps average.

Crazyglues2052d ago (Edited 2052d ago )

@ Plagasx

I'm on my Beast Gaming PC- which is an ATI 6970 & i7 2600k 8GB memory @ 7-9-7-24 memory timing with two 90GB SSD's running in RAID-0 config- for a 180GB total.. Blazing Fast.

But like dasteru said, "I think it's the browser" I too was on firefox under windows 8

thechosenone2051d ago (Edited 2051d ago )

ran the benchmark and got some pretty good results

54fps 1080p, my rig: i5 2400k OC 4.2Ghz, 8GB RAM, dual 6950s/1GB, SSD HD 120GB.

Dude4202051d ago

i5 760 @ stock
GTX 560 Ti 1GB
4gb RAM

1920x1080 High Performance and it was 37fps average for me

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Jadedz2052d ago

Things just got Epic for the Wii U, and its browser.

captain_slow822052d ago

1366x768 average fps 52.5 o.o amd apu g6 4400m was expecting a lot lower fps tbh

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