Faramix signs to use Epic Games' popular middleware

Another licensee for Unreal Engine 3

Another studio has signed up to use Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 3, with new Californian studio Faramix to use the middleware in an upcoming FPS.

Michael Dehen, president and CEO of Faramix said working with the Unreal Engine 3 "enables our development team to effectively produce the ground breaking quality we’ve always envisioned.”

Brian Aloisi, VP/COO of the studio added: “It’s exciting to be part of such an ambitious and talented team. With the Unreal Engine 3 powering our title, I believe there’s no limit to what can be achieved. It brings me great joy to say that in the coming months we’ll be developing a title that gamers around the world will enjoy for years to come.”

Mark Rein, VP at Epic Games added: “It’s always a pleasure for us to be able to deliver Unreal technology into the hands of new developers who are single-minded in their focus on raising the creative bar in the work they produce.

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