Unreal Engine 4 Makes Its Television Debut

Epic tonight gave the world its first look at Unreal Engine 4, the skeleton that – if this generation of hardware is anything to go by – a lot of your next-gen games are going to be built around.

Company president Mike Capps has told Spike that Epic has a “couple” of next gen games in development, and also mentioned a game that was being “targeted at PC”.

The cinematic demo showed a large armoured man brooding in a ruined, lava-filled castle, giving the developers a chance to show off everything from weather effects to lighting to sparks.

The impressive footage was apparently running on a “personal computer” that was using only a single graphics card.

If you didn’t catch it live, check back with us in a few hours for HD video of Epic’s teech demo.

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