What is Unreal Engine?

Unreal Engine is a game engine; a suite of game development tools made by Epic Games, for anyone interested in building something beautiful.

From mobile games to realistic virtual reality experiences to console games, Unreal Engine gives you the tools you need from start to finsh.

With Unreal Engine 4, you can learn one of the most reknown game engines to date that meet most of what you need to build a game now and in the future. The potential and possibilities of creativity is limitless what you can create.

Who is Unreal Engine for?

Unreal Engine can be used by anyone as the software is free.

From students, game enthusiasts, architects, developers, anyone interested can download and install the program.

With the blueprint visual scripting built in Unreal Engine 4, programming knowledge is not required to get started.

To begin, click on the "Getting Started" here or the section above.

What games use Unreal Engine?

Unreal Engine is used by various of game developers for their games.

One of the more known game titles that are powered with Unreal Engine are as of the following in no particular order.

BioShock Series, Deus Ex, Lineage II, Spider-Man 2, Tom Clancy, Unreal Tournament, Assassin's Creed Chronicles, Batman: Arkham Games, Blade & Soul, Borderlands, DC Universe Online, DmC: Devil May Cry, Fable Anniversary, Gears of War, Infinity Blade, Injustice, Life Is Strange, Mass Effect, Mirror's Edge, Mortal Kombat X, Outlast, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Street Fighter V, Tekken 7, Kingdom Hearts III, Final Fantasy VII Remake.

More information of what other games were made with Unreal Engine can be found here.