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Unreal

Lander

Lander

Animator Han Yang’s Unreal Engine CG short film feels more like a video game cutscene than a full-fledge work of science fiction, but it features a thrilling fight sequence, and some truly awesome character design by Ben Erdt, Perry Leijten, and Vick Gaza.

Rebirth: Unreal Engine Demo

Rebirth: Unreal Engine Demo

While it may be a while before we have video games with truly photorealistic graphics, Quixel’s eyepopping real-time cinematic that shows off the power of Unreal Engine 4 using real-world scans of Iceland, combined with CG models. Watch in 4K if you can.

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2017 Unreal Engine Student Reel

2017 Unreal Engine Student Reel

A brief look at some of the fantastic, vibrant, otherworldly, and whimsical environments created by CGI and game development students using the Unreal graphics and gaming engine. Lord of Horticulture is particularly wonderful and charming.

Unreal Engine 4: Nature

Unreal Engine 4: Nature

A look at some of the natural landscapes made by YouTuber koooolalala using Unreal Engine 4. At this point Memorex should just let Epic Games use their slogan. Check out kooolalala’s YouTube and Flickr pages for more.

Unreal Engine 4: Kite World

Unreal Engine 4: Kite World

An amazingly gorgeous scene rendered using the same engine used in many of today’s video games. The scene was generated entirely in real time, proving that with enough hardware – and 3D artistry – movie quality animations are possible.

Unreal Engine 4: Photorealism

Unreal Engine 4: Photorealism

While this static scene of a Paris apartment isn’t exactly the most dynamic of settings, it serves as an impressive demonstration of the detail and photorealism that can be achieved with an off-the-shelf graphics engine.

Inside Unreal: VFX Part 1

Inside Unreal: VFX Part 1

While the video is a little technical, it’s still worth watching this series to check out the incredible VFX that Unreal Engine 4 is capable of, along with an appreciation for the effort that goes into creating game details we take for granted.

Unreal Engine 4: Infiltrator

Unreal Engine 4: Infiltrator

An eye-popping tech demo using Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4 that was shown off at the 2013 GDC. If next-gen games look this good, we’re definitely upgrading. Be sure to watch it in full screen 1080p if you can.

One-Texture Environment

One-Texture Environment

3D artist Tor Frick managed to create this detailed environment using the Unreal Engine and just a single 256×512 texture to save on memory. Amazing stuff. UDK geeks can grab the files here.

Unreal Nyan Cat Mod

Unreal Nyan Cat Mod

Modder Cr4zyb4st4rd has made a mutator for Unreal Tournament 3 that turns the Redeemer – the most powerful weapon in the series – into a meme launcher. Might as well call it the Humiliator.

Unreal Engine 3: Samaritan Demo

Unreal Engine 3: Samaritan Demo

Epic shows off more of what UDK can do with DirectX11 – incredible human skin, lighting and reflections, and stunning physics at every turn. We want games to look this good. Now. Watch in HD.

Unreal Engine 3 2010 Demo

Unreal Engine 3 2010 Demo

We’ve all played games running on Unreal Engine 3, but from the looks of this new tech demo, we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg of what it can do. Play with this map now in the updated UDK beta.

Infinity Blade (Trailer)

Infinity Blade (Trailer)

Originally codenamed “Project Sword“, the first full game running on the iOS version of Epic’s Unreal Engine combines RPG mechanics and action with incredible graphical finesse.

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Unreal 2010

Unreal 2010

Created with the modern-day Unreal Engine 3 Dev Kit this animation shows what the original Unreal (c.1998) might look like if remade using today’s technology. It’s such a tease. We want more.

Epic Citadel / Project Sword

Epic Citadel / Project Sword

Epic Games demos the Unreal Engine 3 running on the iPhone 3GS/4 and iPad, it’s proof positive that they’re plenty powerful. The full game, Project Sword hits this December. (Thanks, Drew!)

The Physics Dance

The Physics Dance

Coder Eskil Steenberg used the physics capabilities of the Unreal Engine to render this mesmerizing video, in which a stack of inanimate bricks come to life with incredible choreography.

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