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  • Unity CEO John Riccitiello Touts the Benefits of Unity 5 in Wake of Free UE4 Announcement

    John Riccitiello, the CEO of Unity, touted the benefits of Unity 5 today at GDC 2015. The company revealed their plans for Unity 5 including details on both the free version of the engine and the Professional version. The Professional version of the engine will run users $75 a month (but at a minimum of 12 months) or $1,500 for a permanent license. The differences between the free and paid versions of Unity 5 are reportedly smaller than those found in Unity 4. In Unity 5, all features of the engine and the editor will be available to everyone. This includes 3D...
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  • Unity CEO John Riccitiello Touts the Benefits of Unity 5 in Wake of Free UE4 Announcement

    John Riccitiello, the CEO of Unity, touted the benefits of Unity 5 today at GDC 2015. The company revealed their plans for Unity 5 including...
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  • Crytek Offering CryEngine for $10 a Month

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    Crytek Offering CryEngine for $10 a Month

    Epic Games isn't the only company offering up a subscription based model for their game engine. Crytek is getting in on it as well and will be offering access to the CryEngine for $9.90 (USD) per month and will be royalty free for independent developers.
    Crytek's Director of Business Development , Carl Jones, said: "When we announced the new CRYENGINE this was our first step towards creating an engine as a service. We are happy to announce now that the latest update of CRYENGINE will soon be available to all developers on a subscription basis. We are really
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  • Crytek Offering CryEngine for $10 a Month

    Epic Games isn't the only company offering up a subscription based model for their game engine. Crytek is getting in on it as well and will be...
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  • Epic Offers Unreal Engine 4 for $19 a Month

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    Epic Offers Unreal Engine 4 for $19 a Month

    This should be some welcome news to new and upcoming developers. Epic Games revealed today that they are going to offer Unreal Engine 4 and its C++ source code for just $19 per month plus 5% of gross revenues from any commercial product you make. Yes, just about anyone can develop on Unreal Engine 4 for less than a dollar per day.
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  • Epic Offers Unreal Engine 4 for $19 a Month

    This should be some welcome news to new and upcoming developers. Epic Games revealed today that they are going to offer Unreal Engine 4 and its...
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  • Unity 5 Announced - 64-bit, New Real-Time Lighting, and More

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    Unity 5 Announced - 64-bit, New Real-Time Lighting, and More

    Unity 5 was announced earlier today at GDC 2014. The new engine from Unity Technologies is said to include some of the best lighting systems out there, comparable to CryENGINE, Unreal, and other top-tier game engines.
    Unity 5 is a massive update to the Unity Engine, including features such as the Enlighten real-time lighting system and physically-based shaders that provide the power to render stunning high-quality characters, environments, lighting, and effects. Workflow efficiency increased dramatically due to the new unified shader architecture, in-editor real-time
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  • Unity 5 Announced - 64-bit, New Real-Time Lighting, and More

    Unity 5 was announced earlier today at GDC 2014. The new engine from Unity Technologies is said to include some of the best lighting systems out there,...
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