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Unreal Engine on Linux with Unreal Engine 4

Epic unveils Unreal Engine 4 details at GDC, including the inclusion of Linux support for both playing and developing games

It’s been a big week for Linux game news due to GDC, with the and CryEngine on Linux news leading the way as developer’s from around the world congregate in San Francisco to talk about the future of making games. Last night Epic Games released information for the next version of their Unreal Engine, including the addition of Linux support.

Unreal Engine 4 will not only support Linux for playing games, Epic are also working on supporting development on Linux according to a twitter conversation with Gaming on Linux:

The price structure for UE4 involves a subscription and sharing of royalties, which not all game developers have been pleased with:

Are you a game developer? What do you think of this news regarding UE4 on Linux?