Unreal development kit coming to iOS
Unreal development kit (UDK) is coming to iOS according to an announcement made by Epic Games at the Korean Games Conference.
What this means is that any iOS developer can download the free UDK and potentially start making worlds as breathtaking as Epic Citadel for iPhone and iPad. Once they've gotten accomplished at it, it sounds like it's a short jump -- and business decision -- to becoming an Unreal Engine 3 licensee and exploding across our iOS devices.
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