Mobile publisher Gameloft said yesterday that it’s licensed Unreal Engine 3 to create four new games, two to be released in 2011 and two in 2012. The identities of the projects were kept under wraps. The announcement came out of GDC, and Gameloft described the deal as “long-term, multi-platform”. Epic is using GDC to inform the trade about its next generation of middleware products.
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Unreal Engine 3
Epic Games has prevailed in an appeal case brought to court by Silicon Knights, which was ordered by a North Carolina federal judge in 2012 to pay $9.2 million to the Gears of wars developers for copying code contained in Unreal Engine 3.
APB Reloaded's "massive engine upgrade" would allow it to possibly "launch on other platforms in the future"
APB Reloaded will be getting a “massive engine upgrade” meaning once the tech changes are made, the game will be using the same version of Unreal Engine which powers Gears of War 3.