Unreal Engine 4 has been a bit forgotten lately, but Epic certainly reminded everyone of its existence with a rather amazing annoucement: The engine now costs $19 a month, with 5% of the game's revenue, and it even comes with the whole source code of the engine! Impressive stuff, directly aimed at Unity and Cryengine's new pricing. And to prove how good the engine is, here is a new trailer! Update: Added a video showing short sequences from many games using UE3 or UE4, released recently or still to be released.
[url] planet of the apes game looks so bad. (1 Hour ago)
@Sdarts: oh, i didn't know about the app. But I know that it's their way to go against piracy. (2 Hours ago)
For 1080p, you need the "4220", "5400" or higher Video Bitrate options. It's a very well know restriction that has been like this for many years. You can Google about it if you want. (14 Hours ago)
But shows like Orange is the New Black, Iron Fist, and a few others I tried this time around only have the "2740" or "3000" Video Bitrate options, meaning 720p resolution. (14 Hours ago)
If you need to check what resolution you're getting, just press "Ctrl + Alt + Shift + D" for the A/V Stats screen to come up. You can override/force quality with "Ctrl + Alt + Shift + S". (14 Hours ago)
The only way to watch in 1080p is to use Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Safari, consoles (like PS4 and XB1), and smart TVs. Everything else you're restricted to 720p. (14 Hours ago)