Unreal Engine 4 Integrated Partners Program announced

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 6 June 2013 21:19 GMT

Epic Games has announced its Unreal Engine 4 Integrated Partners Program, where more than “a dozen technologies” such as Oculus VR, have teamed up to “help shape the future of games.”

The initiative will bring together middleware technologies and software integrated with the Unreal Engine 4 game engine. Each member brings “significant value to the program” by providing tools and features for high-quality development.

“The new Integrated Partners Program helps Unreal Engine 4 developers maximize their time with the most advanced toolset we’ve ever developed,” said Tim Sweeney, founder and technical director of Epic Games.

“We have taken the time to integrate UE4 with the best middleware technologies so our licensees can stay focused on making great games.”

Here is a list of confirmed members and integrated products so far:

Audiokinetic – Wwise
Autodesk – Autodesk Gameware
Donya Labs – Simplygon
Geomerics– Enlighten
IDV – SpeedTree for Games
Intel – Intel Threading Building Blocks (TBB)
NaturalMotion – morpheme and euphoria
NVIDIA – PhysX and APEX
Oculus VR – Oculus Rift
RAD Game Tools – Bink Video and Telemetry Performance Visualizer
RealD – RealD Developer Kit (RDK)
Umbra Software – Umbra 3
Xoreax – IncrediBuild-XGE

You can find out more on the program and its partners through the link.

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