UNREAL ENGINE 4

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Description

Unreal Engine 4 is a professional suite of tools and technologies used for building high-quality games across a range of platforms. Unreal Engine 4's rendering architecture enables developers to achieve stunning visuals and also scale elegantly to lower-end systems.

Revolutionary new workflow features and a deep toolset empower developers to quickly iterate on ideas and see immediate results, while complete C++ source code access brings the experience to a whole new level.

Unreal Engine technology powers hundreds of games as well as real-time 3D films, training simulations, visualizations and more. Over the past 15 years, thousands of individuals and teams and have built careers and companies around skills developed using the engine.

Latest Bulletin

If You Love Something, Set It Free

  • kentona
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  • 04/26/2015 01:13 PM
Unreal Engine 4 is now available to everyone for free, and all future updates will be free!

You can download the engine and use it for everything from game development, education, architecture, and visualization to VR, film and animation. When you ship a game or application, you pay a 5% royalty on gross revenue after the first $3,000 per product, per quarter. It’s a simple arrangement in which we succeed only when you succeed.

This is the complete technology we use at Epic when building our own games. It scales from indie projects to high-end blockbusters; it supports all the major platforms; and it includes 100% of the C++ source code. Our goal is to give you absolutely everything, so that you can do anything and be in control of your schedule and your destiny. Whatever you require to build and ship your game, you can find it in UE4, source it in the Marketplace, or build it yourself – and then share it with others.

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TehGuy
Too many ideas, not enough time
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I'd like to add that, if you're a student, you can still nab UE4 for free via the Github Student Pack if your college/uni/school hasn't signed up for the whole Education program. You can continue getting subbed as long as you can continue to prove you are indeed a student :p

Normal license still applies, meaning you can still create commercial content (and still pay the 5% if you get more than $3000/quarter or something)

Full FAQ here: https://www.unrealengine.com/faq#education


EDIT no longer relevant because it's totally free now
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