“I can’t blame you if you couldn’t imagine a Facebook game at the level of Unreal Tournament 3 before today. We’re not just talking about triple-A console quality on the web, we’re actually showing it onscreen, in a web browser, playing inside Flash. We chose as our demo a fully playable level from Unreal Tournament 3, and it turned out to look even better than the version we shipped on Xbox 360 and PS3, with improvements like global illumination, better shadows, and god rays.” – Epic’s Mark Rein to Develop regarding Tim Sweeney’s Adobe MAX 2011 demo of UT3 running in Flash Player 11.
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Fortnite cinematic trailer shows characters fortifying a building, setting a spike trap, killing Husks
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Unity announced today that it will stop selling Flash deployment licenses but will continue support for Flash customer for the rest of the current cycle. The news was posted on the Unity blog, courtesy of Shack News, and states the decision is due to Adobe not being committed to future Flash development, saying “We don’t […]
Epic brought its latest Flash-based Unreal Engine demos to GDC, and has some seriously lofty goals for the browser tech.