Head on over to Epic’s Unreal Insider blog if you’re keen for a swift run down on the state of one of the industry’s most ubiquitous development packages. As well as highlighting the recently-revealed Unreal Engine 4, the post includes masses of videos of games shown at E3 built using the current version, Unreal Engine 3. You couldn’t ask for a neater summary of the tech’s scope and portability, really. Go forth.
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