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Develop May: Can Havok’s Project Anarchy upset the establishment?

The new May issue of Develop is out today through your browser and on iPad, as the print edition makes its way to subscribers.

Those eager to be the first to see the new issue can subscribe to the iPad or digital version of the magazine for just £14.99 a year, or buy the May issue for a one-off payment of £1.99. The print issue is currently being delivered across the globe to studios and individuals throughout the industry.

The latest issue features:

• A detailed look at what Havok’s Project Anarchy brings to the table

• The Develop Awards 2013 finalists revealed for the first time

• The Audio Special; eight specially written guides by experts in game sound

• Oculus Rift creator Palmer Luckey on a life with games

• QA goes under the Develop microscope

• HP’s latest workstations inside and out

• Zoë Mode addresses the pros and cons of paying staff bonuses

• Modo 701 profiled

• Epic on the power of Blueprint

• Marmalade Quick up close

• Insight from the team that gave Journey its award-winning audio

• And our expert columnists Rick Gibson and Mike Simpson are on-hand to deliver insight and analysis on matters currently affecting the industry

Grab your iPad edition here, or view your digital edition here.

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