Reverb Publishing has entered into a site licensing agreement for use of Epic Games' Unreal Engine 3.
Reverb, a digital publishing company, can now offer developers use of the engine under their license.
UE3 was used by Trendy, which signed with Reverb, to develop Dungeon Defenders, which has now sold over one million paid downloads.
Claiming this is the first site licensing agreement for a digital publisher to use UE3, CEO Doug Kennedy said this move allows his company to add the "world's best engine" to the list of services his company can offer developers.
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