Tim Sweeney talked about the Unreal Engine 4 and the future of game development. Here's what he had to say.
Wait another year and a half ..... I see it hard for Unreal engine 4, especially for new engines that are in circulation.
No, Daylight and Primal Cranage Genesis will come before that and they are using UE4 (Daylight will launch in spring 2014). If he talks about big titles like Gears of War 4 and doesn't consider indie games as "games" then this author has a problem.
These are Sweeney's words, not the author's.
This isn't true, Knack is using UE4.
not confirmed the release date of Knack.
Knack is a launch title
Knack is not using Unreal Engine 4. It was only assumed to be so.
The article has taken the quote wrongly. What Tim is saying it lots of studios are currently using UE4, and whilst there isn't a great deal of titles out there now come late 2014 you'll see the fruits of all those studios' work. Not that there will be none at all until the end of 2014. Knack isn't the only one coming soon. Daylight is Q1 2014 and is also UE4.
"Using Unreal Engine 4, Knack will star a little robot orc-looking thing that can sometimes turn into a hulking giant that looks a bit like Zelda antagonist Ganondorf if he were made out of building blocks." http://www.eurogamer.net/ar...
the most impressive nextgen engine. PERIOD
Didn't some Chinese company buy like half of Epic's shares? This company will never be the same...all of the talent left. Maybe they didn't agree with this new vision of the company.
This is just the beginning of next gen! I'm not disappointed in any way, I'm just gonna enjoy earlier next gen games like KH3 and FFXV(I'm sorry I'm a Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy fan-who can sometimes go on full fanboy mode) and look forward to the games later like FFXV-2 FFXVI and KH4 and all that stuff. UE4 looks great! I just love to see graphics advance, as well as gameplay!
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