bertay University is the first Unreal Engine Academic Partner in Scotland - recognising Abertay is committed to high-quality educational opportunities for students using the engine.
Artist Danny Grant made the video using Unreal Engine, which he taught himself from scratch at the beginning of the first lockdown in March last year.
Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Development International have organised a webinar to discuss Scotland's games ecosystem. Featuring speakers from 4J Studios, Abertay University, Epic Games & the UK Games Fund
Epic's online games store suffered an 'outage' last night after it made Grand Theft V free. The store made Scotland's most successful export totally free for users yesterday, but the site was quickly overwhelmed by users rushing to claim a copy of the game. We are currently experiencing high traffic on the Epic Games Store.... Continue Reading →
Epic Gives Developers 1 Million More Reasons To Choose Unreal Engine 5.
Royalty free use up to the first $1M, AND free access to the Player Services behind the megagame Fortnite, offer true cross-platform gaming.
Epic Games’ Make Something Unreal Live is an international game development competition open to full time students at universities and colleges across Europe. 22 teams, comprised of over 170 students submitted game concepts which based on the theme “Mendelian inheritance: genetics and genomics” which spans concepts such as variation, mutation and other behaviors of the human genome.... Continue Reading →