Middleware outfit faces off strong competition from Unreal Engine, CryEngine, Project Anarchy and GameMaker

Develop Awards 2014: Unity wins Engine prize

Unity has won the Engine prize at the Develop Awards 2014.

The company, know for its mantra to democratise game development, has been hard at work on Unity 4 and subsequent iterations over the last year.

The firm is currently gearing up for the release of Unity 5, which will include a number of significant enhancements and additions.

Other Engine finalists included the Crytek’s CryEngine, YoYo Games’ GameMaker, Havok’s Project Anarchy and Epic’s Unreal Engine.

20 companies received an award for their hard work and success during the last year. You can view the full list of winners here.

A big thanks to our event partners: Crytek and Deep Silver (Platinum Partners); Perforce, Unity, Amiqus, Ukie, Keywords, Codemasters, King and Cubic Motion (Gold Partners); Unreal Technologies (Drinks Reception Partner); Wales Interactive, InnoGames, Universally Speaking and Tandem Events (Event Partners); and OPM Recruitment (Table Gift Partner).

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