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 May 11, 2005 - 05:00 PM - by Michael
* Unreal Engine licensing continues

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Looks like the Unreal Engine has another score - Silicon Knights (responsible for the Legacy of Kain series) will use it for all future games they make.

Mark Rein, Vice President and Co-founder of Epic Games agree: "We are very excited to be working with Silicon Knights this generation. Combining the technology of the Unreal Engine 3 with the creativity of Silicon Knights has awesome potential. Silicon Knights is a powerhouse for creating original content and the Unreal Engine 3 is a perfect vehicle to deliver it on." Tim Sweeney, CEO and Co-founder of Epic Games adds, "It is very exciting to have Silicon Knights use Unreal Engine 3 technology exclusively. Silicon Knights is a savvy developer that has always created their own technology in the past. It is inspiring that they have now partnered with us exclusively this generation as it re-enforces our belief that we are on the right path for developing the proper tools and technology for creating the best games on the next generation systems."
If it means good games, hey, who am I to argue?
 

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