Unreal Engine 4 Is Tech of Choice for Nvidia Demos

This is the first time that a third-party engine is used

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The development team at Epic Games and hardware developer Nvidia announce that they are working together to make the upcoming Unreal Engine 4 technology the sole provider of product presentations for high performance graphics cards and for the Shield project.

The development team at Epic Games and hardware developer Nvidia announce that they are working together to make the upcoming Unreal Engine 4 technology the sole provider of product presentations for high performance graphics cards and for the Shield project.

Mark Rein, the vice president and a co-founder of Epic Games, states, “The visuals their team are producing using Unreal Engine 4 in real time are fantastic, and they're already exceeding some of the best pre-rendered visuals of only a few short years ago.”

This is the first time Nvidia is using third-party tech to power its demos.

Tony Tamasi, the senior vice president of content and tech at Nvidia, says that the power of the Unreal Engine 4 has persuaded the team to use it in the future.

Epic is working on at least one game based on the new engine, called Fortnite.

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