Unreal Engine VR
Epic Games, which makes the Unreal Engine that powers major titles like Rocket League, Mortal Kombat X, Borderlands and the upcoming Gears of War 4, has been excited about VR for a while now. Last September, it created a demo showing what it’d be like playing a two-handed first-person shooter in VR using Oculus’ Rift headset and Touch controllers. Now, it wants developers to build VR games… in VR. The company has created a new feature for Unreal Engine that lets you explore levels as you create them using a headset and dual controllers. It will allow you to pick…

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