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Friday, 07 October 2011 09:10

Epic announces Unreal Engine 3 support for Flash Player 11

Written by Slobodan Simic
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UE3 comes to web browsers
Just a few days after announcing support for OS X, Epic has announced that its Unreal Engine 3 will have support for the latest Adobe Flash Player 11, bringing the popular engine to browsers.

Epic Games CEO, Founder and Technical Director, Tim Sweeney has already displayed the Unreal Engine 3, or to be precise, Unreal Tournament 3, running on Adobe Flash Player 11 during the keynote at Adobe Max 2011 conference. Unreal Engine 3 will use the new Flash Player's hardware-accelerated Stage 3D APIs that, according to Epic, allow 1,000 times faster 2D and 3D graphics rendering performance when compared to the Flash Player 10.

Those that have bougth the UE3 licence will be able to access these new features that will hopefully bring some serious 3D games to the Web and browsers.

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