The April issue of Develop magazine is out now, bringing you a detailed dissection of the UK Tax Breaks, and how they will work

Tax Breaks in focus: Develop April out now

The new issue of Develop is out today in print, online to view in browser or download, and on iPad and mobile, bringing you a detailed report on the newly announced UK games industry Tax Breaks.

We’ve spoken to government, legal experts, and games developers, and gathered the data from trade bodies and various experts to compile the most detailed overview of the Tax Breaks yet, especially crafted for developers.

In the same issue senior staff from a number of Ubisoft studios give insight into the relative ease of making games for Vita, we take a detailed look at the evolution of the locaisation space, HTML5 goes under the microsope, and Epic President Mike Capps tells us about the future of Unreal Engine and the company’s hopes for mobile.

There’s also an in-depth guide to the Develop Industry Excellence Awards 2012, with advice on lobbying for those with their heart set on winning one of the prestigeous accolades.

And, as ever, there’s all the latest tools, tech and service news, and opinion from industry leaders, including interviews with Havok and a look at xaitment’s new Unity plug-ins.

And you can read it all right now, either by downloading the Digital Edition of this month’s Develop magazine, or by viewing it in your browser here. And, if you’re an iPad user, you can view the issue in our superb Develop iPad app.

Both the iPad app and the Digital Edition of Develop are sponsored by Big World Technology – a vendor of mature and reliable middleware for MMO games and networks.

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