Late last night Famitsu (a Japanese gaming magazine) brought us surprising news about Square Enix’s high anticipated Kingdom Hearts III. Apparently Kingdom Hearts III is well into development and it is switching engines. Continue reading Kingdom Hearts 3 Switches Engines
Epic’s Unreal Engine 4 has got its first major update today, developers using Unreal Engine 4 will now be able to release their games on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
During the 2014 Game Developer’s Conference, Epic Games founder Tim Sweeny announced its Unreal 4 Engine will be adopting a subscription model and be available to anyone for $19 a month and 5% gross revenue. Continue reading Unreal 4 Turns to Subscription Model