Destineer Licenses Unreal Engine 3
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Destineer Publishing Corp. has announced that it has licensed Unreal Engine 3 from Epic Games for a yet to be announced project. Destineer is the studio formed by former Bungie Software executive vice president, Peter Tamte.
Peter Tamte, president of Destineer says, "The Unreal Engine 3 is an impressively versatile piece of technology, and we are very excited to utilize it for our unannounced project. We are using the Unreal Engine to make a game for a genre in which you would not expect to see it. The engine is performing marvelously and Epic’s support has been top-notch.” There is no word yet on what platforms the upcoming game might be available. Follow the links below for more information about Destineer.
“We’re excited to be working with Destineer, said Mark Rein, vice president of Epic. “They’re doing some innovative things with Unreal Engine 3 that people might not expect to see. We’ve been encouraging companies to use their imagination and think outside the box with Unreal Engine 3, and it is exciting to see that the message is starting to pay off.”
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