Brothers of the Watch, assemble! Heroes of Hammerwatch is now available, 20% off until March 8, 9PM UTC.Set in the same pixelated fantasy universe as Hammerwatch, this is a rogue-lite action-adventure meant to be enjoyed both solo and with friends. You…
Hello, Insiders! We are very excited to tell you about Robocraft Infinity, an awesome game that is coming to Xbox One very soon. In fact, Freejam and the Xbox Insider Program are teaming up to host an open beta this weekend for all Xbox Insiders! We met with Andy Griffiths, Communications Manager for Freejam Ltd., and asked him about Robocraft Infinity and Freejam. Independent Studios are very popular this day and age, and it’s so cool to see awesome games come from them! How long has Freejam been a studio, and can you give us a little backstory? Indie studios…
Fox on the run. FoxTail is now available, DRM-free on GOG.com.Journeys needn’t be epic in order to be magical or meaningful. Take Leah, the lovely fox of our story: she’s smart, resourceful, upbeat, and she’s on a very important quest. Just like in tho…
The dark side of Pluto. Battlezone: Combat Commander is now available 10% off until March 8, 3PM UTC.A faithful remaster of the classic RTS/FPS hybrid, featuring remastered visuals, mod support, and the same unique gameplay that fans of the series reme…
Imagine crafting an animated short that you can adjust and modify in real-time without having to tediously pre-render it out with each adjustment. Most cinematic game trailers are locked-in with linear production pipelines, but with Fortnite, the team at Epic Games created a high-quality animated short that runs right in Unreal Engine, which allowed for real-time navigation and full interaction during the production process.
For Fortnite’s cinematic trailer, artists leveraged Unreal Engine’s real-time volumetric rendering tools to create seamless special effects that integrated perfectly with the action.
Our latest whitepaper offers a look deep behind the scenes of how the Fortnite trailer was made in Unreal Engine and how real-time production techniques using real-time pipelines can make a tremendous difference in your creative workflow.
Unpacking real-time production concepts, sharing techniques used in making the Fortnite trailer, and delivering additional technical tips for developing a real-time pipeline with Unreal Engine, Developing a Real-time Pipeline for a Faster Workflow is packed with insights to help take you production pipeline to the next level.
You’ll Learn About:
- Developing a real-time pipeline for a faster workflow
- How the Fortnite trailer was created with real-time rendering
- The benefits of real-time and virtual production
- How to overcome the problems of a linear pipeline using real-time
- Important considerations for real-time production
- Tips to enhance and improve your workflows with Unreal Engine
- And much more!
Unlock the your full creative potential with the power of real-time production – Download our whitepaper today!
Ronnie 2K tells NBA Australia who the best NBA 2K player is in the NBA. Would he have made the cut of 250 for the NBA 2K LEAGUE? #NBA2KLeague #NBA #NBA2K18 Ben Simmons let Ronnie know exactly what he thought of his #NBA2K18 rating…
Hey Xbox fans! We’re excited to announce our next game, The Blackout Club, will be coming to Xbox One! The Blackout Club is a brand new co-operative horror experience, something that unites up to four players against an ever-changing and horrifying evil, set within a small modern town. We think it’s going to add a terrifying twist to your friends’ gaming sessions and will find a new home in your regular rotation. The Blackout Club tells the story of a group of teenagers who band together after learning they’ve all been waking up in strange places with no recollection of…
Brad recalls the days of Elemental’s rough launch, what we learned from it, and how we did our best to make it right for all of our future games.
Check out Episode 3 in Ars Technica’s “War Stories” series here.
It can be dangerous to face the undead alone, so take this guide with you the macabre masses pursue you through the across the foggy shores and beyond.
Akupara Games has partnered with Single “A” Productions to launch the Kickstarter campaign for their game Fatal Flash, a 2D brawler that features awesome pixel art and highly customizable character and gameplay options. Along with the launch of the Kickstarter, there is a demo available so you can get a taste of the […]