Unreal Engine 3 Poised to Slowly Run Pretty Much Everything Soon Enough

As if we all haven't gotten completely used to seeing the ubiquitous Unreal logo on most video-game roll in credits these days, they are making the move to Windows 8 and Windows RT Tablets.

Epic has announced that their little engine that could will be running the graphics engines for Microsoft's two newest debut products. Epic released the above video to show you how the engine will look on one of the mobile tablets, the Asus Vivo Tab RT.

Epic VP, Mark Rein, wants everyone to know that the demo above is the real deal. It uses the full Unreal Engine 3 , using the "full DirectX 9 pipeline, with shaders and materials," and not a "modified mobile version". Good to know, especially if you are in the market for a Windows tablet.

Via:Joystiq

Tags: unreal-engine-3, windows-8, windows-rt, graphics
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