AcroGames licences Unreal Engine 3

New Korean game studio to use Epic's popular next-gen engine
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New Korean game studio to use Epic's popular next-gen engine

A new Korean studio founded by developers that have worked on titles including Lineage II and Magna Carta has licenced Epic's Unreal Engine 3 for use in its first, unannounced game.

“We are very satisfied to be working with Unreal Engine 3,” said HyunTae Jeong, chief executive officer and game director of AcroGames. “We have had positive experiences making games with previous releases of Epic’s engine and are finding that Unreal Engine 3 is extremely flexible and quite capable of meeting our development needs.”

 “AcroGames is a promising team comprised of top talent and we look forward to working with them,” said Jay Wilbur, vice president of Epic. “We are committed to supporting the Asian game market with best of breed development tools, and our agreement with AcroGames marks a significant achievement in this effort.”


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