Sega Adopts Unreal Engine 3

Sega

Sega has become the latest publisher/developer to license Unreal Engine 3, today adopting Epic Games’ powerful engine for use in upcoming next-gen projects developed in North America. Sega hasn’t divulged exactly which titles will be using UE3, but details are expected to be announced later in the year.

“SEGA is pleased to arm our developers with the sophisticated tools contained in Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 3,” said Simon Jeffery, President and COO, SEGA of America, Inc. “Its versatility and power will help SEGA create incredible gaming experiences.”

“Epic is extremely excited to be working with SEGA,” said Mark Rein, Vice President, Epic Games, Inc. “SEGA has a long history of innovation and leadership in our industry and we’re honored that they’ve chosen to use Unreal Engine 3.”

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