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Old 03-15-10, 01:04 PM   #13
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I really hope valve puts out another CS soon with a newer updated source engine.
It would make sense for them to package Episode 3 and a new CS together.
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Old 03-15-10, 03:00 PM   #14
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Y not work on UE4 instead O.o.....or do we need to wait for PS4/Next Xbox?
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They very well could be, who knows?

According to Wiki, they are: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unreal_...nreal_Engine_4


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Future version/release: Unreal Engine 4

Mark Rein, the vice-president of Epic Games, revealed on August 18, 2005 that Unreal Engine 4 had been in development over the past five years.[12] The engine targets the next generation of PC hardware and consoles after the seventh generation. The only person to work on the Unreal Engine 4 core system design so far is Tim Sweeney, technical director and founder of Epic Games.[13] However, at the 2006 GDC, Tim Sweeney stated that development would not begin in earnest on the next version until some time in 2008. Sweeney has also predicted that the number of developers would be ramped up to three or four engineers by the end of 2008, and would be aimed predominantly at the next generation consoles rather than PCs.[14] Tim gave a speech at POPL06 sharing some of his thoughts on programming.[15] However, it was later confirmed by Mark Rein, the vice president of Epic Games that Unreal Engine 4 was coming to PC. Mark Rein also clarified what Tim Sweeney meant. "When Tim Sweeney was talking about Unreal Engine 4 ... he mentioned something along the lines of it being exclusively for the next generation of consoles… what he meant was, it won't run on this generation of consoles." Due to the engine's focus on next generation consoles, Michael Capps, President of Epic Games, indicated that the engine should be ready around 2012.[16]
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It would make sense for them to package Episode 3 and a new CS together.
Would be a happy boy if they did.
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Old 03-16-10, 03:06 AM   #16
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so...in a nutshell.....wait for next gen console before we can see ut4 in action...
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so...in a nutshell.....wait for next gen console before we can see ut4 in action...
Or maybe they use PC to bug test it. :P
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