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    article Epic Games, Inc. article Epic has confirmed it is ready and is looking to launch the game it has been developing for the past year at a later date.

    The company is also making a new version of Unreal Engine called Unreal 4.

    The new engine is being used for both Unreal 4 and Unreal Engine 3, but the company said it is still “trying to figure out exactly how it’s going to work.”

    In the last month, Unreal Engine team members have been hard at work building a new rendering engine called the Unreal 4 rendering engine.

    It is an entirely new engine that takes advantage of new techniques and has been developed with Unreal 4 in mind.

    The team also announced a new, custom built Unity 5 game engine called Unity 5.0.

    It will be the first time Unreal Engine 5 will be open sourced.

    Epic said the Unity 5 engine will be “the best ever for game development,” but that it “still needs some time to develop” the new rendering technology.

    The team also released a blog post today to describe the new engine.

    “The new rendering framework will allow us to create amazing new experiences with more than 100,000 artists on Unreal Engine,” the blog post reads.

    “We’ll share our findings about this new engine with you, so be sure to keep an eye out for updates.”

    We’ll let you know more about our next steps in the future.””

    At this time, we’re focusing on making sure we deliver the most amazing experience possible, but we’re confident that we will get there.

    We’ll let you know more about our next steps in the future.”

    The new engine also has been designed to work with a new generation of video game consoles, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, according to the post.

    The game engine will run on both platforms and will be compatible with existing games and the upcoming versions of Unreal 4, Unreal 3 and Unity 5, as well as a new game called Unreal Pro that will support the new Unreal Engine.