Unreal Make Something competition returns, Unreal Engine 4 up for grabs

Wednesday, 3 October 2012 10:06 GMT By Dave Cook

Epic Games have announced this year’s Unreal Make Something competition, in which students across Europe are invited to submit a game created on Unreal Engine for the chance to win an UE4 license.

This year’s theme is ‘Mendelian inheritance: genetics and genomics’, and entrants have until November 2nd to submit their creations to Epic. You can check out more competition details and information on how to submit here.

Epic will pick four finalist who will showcase their games first-hand at Gadget Show live in April 2013. Creators must show their game live twice a day to judges and the public.

The ultimate winner will receive an Unreal Engine 4 license that allows them to digitally distribute their game.

Thanks PCGamesN.