BioShock creator updates to latest version of Epic’s tech for mystery project

Ken Levine using Unreal Engine 4 for unannounced title

Notable games developer Ken Levine has confirmed his next title will be powered by Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4.

The mystery game, which has yet to be announced, will be Levine’s first title since the closure of his previous studio Irrational Games. It is said to be a “smaller, more entrepreneurial” project, with Levine regularly referring to “narrative legos” as a crucial pillar.

Levine revealed his choice of UE4 via Twitter in answer to a fan’s question, according to GameSpot.

Irrational’s BioShock series all ran on Unreal Engine, but this will be Levine’s first title to be powered by UE4.

Epic Games announced the engine would be free to anyone at last month’s GDC.

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