Epic Games made Unreal Engine 4 completely free for all
Unreal Engine 4, the latest version of the game engine developed by Epic Games, is now completely free to anyone who wants to use it.
Epic originally launched Unreal Engine 4 in March 2014 for early adopters with subscription plan $19 per month, plus tax fee of 5% of sales. Previous versions of Unreal Engine focused on large teams of developers who make big-budget games with expensive licensing fees related to technology.
“The state of Unreal is stable and we realized that with the removal of barriers and more people will be able to fulfill their creative visions and to shape the future of the environment we love. That is why we remove the last barrier to entry and make your product free” said Tim Sweeney, founder and CEO of Epic Games, in a blog post Unreal Engine.
You can download the Unreal Engine 4 from the official website here. Another very nice news is that all future updates will be free.
The free software Unreal Engine 4 comes in its entirety, with full C ++ source code and support for Windows PC, Mac OS X, Android, iOS, virtual reality (Oculus Rift and Gear VR), Linux, SteamOS and HTML5. Registered developers for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One can also use these platforms.
Epic will refund the money of people who have paid for Unreal Engine 4 from 31 since January. In addition, anyone who has ever subscribed to Unreal Engine, will receive a $30 credit in Unreal Engine Marketplace.
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