Epic Games has revealed a new batch of selection for its Unreal Dev Grants initiative, splitting $50,000 among a trio of developers.
$20,000 went to Magic and Mirrors, a three-man studio developing UE4-powered sci-fi action game Nelo for PC. The game was on display as part of Epic’s GDC booth this year.
Developer Adrian Lazar received $15,000 for development of his title Planet Alpha 31, while another $15,000 was given to a team representing Germany’s University of Design for their real-time architectural visualization viewer Consight.
Epic announced Unreal Dev Grants in February, offering grants ranging from $5,000 to $50,000 to be awarded to innovative projects being built with Unreal Engine 4. The three latest recipients are in addition to the initial selections that benefited from Epic’s program earlier this month.