Google has filed a motion in California seeking to have Epic’s antitrust motion dismissed. A recap: last month, Fortnite developer Epic provoked Google and Apple by offering in-game… Continue reading
Yesterday we reported that Epic is in maneuvers against Google, attempting to undercut the company by selling V-Bucks to players directly for a 20% discount. Google retaliated by… Continue reading
In an interview with Gamespot, Epic CEO Tim Sweeney has reiterated the company’s plans to bring the Epic Games Store to mobile in the future. “We’d like to… Continue reading
Fortnite developer Epic Games is gearing up to release its very own Android store, which will directly compete with Google Play. Not only will the store host the… Continue reading
Epic has announced today that the newest version of their game development engine, Unreal Engine 4, now officially supports Google’s new Android-powered Virtual Reality platform Daydream. The support comes in the form of an official plugin which is actually now available for developers to grab and use to make Daydream games already.
During yesterday’s beginning of Google I/O 2014, Google decided to show off a demo video which displays the Unreal Engine 4 built game Rivalry running on Android. This is to show PC-class gaming on Android and, of course, in conjunction with Nvidia’s upcoming Tegra K1 chipset.
About a week ago we reported on a sort of demo game from Epic which was released onto Google Play to show the flexibility of their Unreal Engine 4 in regards to mobile game development. Tappy Bird was the full demonstration game that they released and while it may not have been a massive buffet of visual eye candy, it did do the trick in some ways to show that you don’t need to be a massively experienced programmer to use Unreal Engine 4.
Qualcomm has released a new video showing how Epic is bringing high-end game graphics to mobile with the newest iteration of their Unreal Engine. Even though this is basically a demo reel showing off some rendered landscapes made with Unreal Engine 4, they are still impressive, especially when you take into account that these environments are on a mobile device.
The other day Rovio began teasing a new Angry Birds game, emphasizing the word ‘epic’ about twenty times in the process. Well more details are out and guess what this game is called? Angry Birds Epic. Go figure right? Well that may not have blown your mind but the fact that this new Angry Birds game is apparently a turn-based RPG will most likely do the trick.
Rovio has already begun teasing a new Angry Birds game as of last month called Angry Birds Stella which will apparently feature a whole new art style within a game that will address some real world issues. Essentially a morally conscience Angry Birds game. Now that company is teasing another new Angry Birds title which they are boasting will be quite the ‘epic’ game when it arrives.