Saturday, 9 April 2011

Unreal 3 engine's new features

Epic Games have now released another video update showcasing new and very impressive additions to the Unreal 3 engine, made possible by Direct X version 11. These include subsurface scarrering, deferred rendering, realistic foliage, soft-edge motion blur, shadowed point-light reflections and added physics involving clothing.

Other additions (also shown in the vid above) include mobile game development features (such as a remote and mobile previewer) and also improvements on the supplied editor (UnrealEd) itself (improved content browser, new transform gizmos and others). All of these are well worth checking out for anyone interested in Unreal development, whether that is with the SDK or just with the editor.

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