It's a busy week for us at the Game Developer's Conference
(GDC) in San Francisco. Today we announced that 3D Vision
Support will be integrated into Epic Games'
popular Unreal Engine 3
(UE3)- UE3 was used to make BioShock 2, Batman Arkham Asylum, and Borderlands. Even Epic's free version of UE3, Unreal Development Kit
(UDK) will get in on the 3D Vision action. So, if you're one of the 200,000 current UE3 or UDK users worldwide, you're in for some 3D theater-quality goodness
For developers, this support means they can now implement stereoscopic 3D effects into their PC games and know that their upcoming titles will look great when played in 3D. For gamers with NVIDIA GPUs, it means they they continue to have the best gaming experiences, regardless of whether they are playing in flat 2D, 3D, or even 3D spanning across multiple platforms.
Both Epic Games and NVIDIA are committed to advancing the state of PC gaming, and this announcement is another step in that direction.
If you are at GDC this week, please visit us in the South Hall in booth #1701 for some on-hands demo time. Or, you can check out Epic Games in booth #202 and learn more about the Unreal Engine development platform.
Happy 3D Gaming!