Epic Games reveals that more than 25 games at E3 used Unreal Engine

While Crytek is desperately trying to convince people that CryEngine 3 is as good as Unreal Engine 4, Epic Games is having a smoother time with more than 25 games at E3 using their Unreal Engine.

We do have the list of these games, and it’s quite surprising to see so many studios going after Unreal Engine. I guess being easy to use and market penetration counts a lot.

“From the world premiere of Unreal Engine 4 to the debut of the graphically stunning Star Wars 1313, the versatility and capabilities of the Unreal Engine were on display in full force throughout E3,” they wrote on their blog.

There was a tech demo released by Epic before E3, which we have embedded below so you can check that out.

  • Aliens: Colonial Marines
  • Batman: Arkham City – Armored Edition
  • Borderlands 2
  • Devil May Cry
  • Dishonored
  • Dust 514
  • Fable: The Journey
  • Gears of War: Judgment
  • Infinity Blade: Dungeons
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us
  • Lollipop Chainsaw
  • Lost Planet 3
  • Mass Effect 3: Wii U Edition
  • Papo & Yo
  • Quantum Conundrum
  • Spec Ops: The Line
  • Star Wars 1313
  • Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
  • XCOM: Enemy Unknown

Thanks, Eurogamer

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  • Jason

    I love both engines, but honestly, CryEngine3 is significantly better. I’ve worked with both, and Unreal Tournament is still one of my favorite all time games, but in terms of useability, dev time, console rendering, CryEngine3 isn’t just ‘as good’, it’s a few steps ahead. The problem is that Unreal got it’s engine to dev’s much sooner, so CryTek has to convince people to move, which is difficult when your entire Dev Team knows UDK and you already have licensing for it. That’s the battle.

  • konner

    The tech demo actually came at the end of E3 on Friday 1AM EST. I think E3 was over at that time?

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