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CRYENGINE 5.4 and Unreal Engine 4.18 Preview 1

  • CRYENGINE 5.4 Major Release
    Many of you have helped us bring CE 5.4 to release by participating in our Github-powered beta program and test our preview builds. Your feedback, pull requests and open discussions about the builds were invaluable and we want to thank you for your lively participation and collaboration. This is your release as well as ours and we are looking forward to your feedback and ongoing participation in development of CRYENGINE. You are true CryENGINEERS and we are proud and happy to have such a great community by our side.
  • CryENGINE 5.4 Now Available With Vulkan Beta Support
    Crytek today has shipped the exciting CryENGINE 5.4 game engine update.
  • Unreal Engine 4.18 Preview 1 Is Ready For Game Developers
    Besides the CryENGINE 5.4 release happening today, Epic Games has made public their first preview release of the upcoming Unreal Engine 4.18.
  • Unreal Engine 4.18 Preview 1 Released
    The release of Unreal Engine 4.18 is rapidly approaching, with many fantastic updates for you to try out. The first Preview build is now available on the Epic Games launcher, so you can experiment with brand new changes, such as volumetric lightmaps, enhanced static skylight directionality, major clothing tool upgrades, the revamped Physics Asset Editor and Media Framework 3.0. In addition, you can access improved support for both Google's ARCore and Apple's ARKit. The desktop forward renderer on iOS, used in the Wingnut AR demo at WWDC 2017, is now available as well (recommended for devices with an A10 or later processor running iOS 10.3 or newer).

GNOME: PlayStation 4 Controller Support, Global App Menu GNOME Update

  • PlayStation 4 controller support for Fedora Linux
    GNOME developer Bastien Nocera has implemented enhancements to the Bluetooth stack of the Fedora Linux operating system, reported Softpedia. The improvements are set to enhance the use of PlayStation 3 DualShock controllers in the GNOME desktop environment. The controller is now easier to connect to a PC, but still requires an initial connection via USB.
  • Nifty GNOME Global Menu Extension Is ‘Discontinued For the Moment’
    The developer behind the popular Global App Menu GNOME extension has announced it is “discontinued for the moment”. Explaining the reasons for his decision on Github, Lester Carballo cites the shift to Wayland (the extension doesn’t work in Wayland for a whole spaghetti heap of technical and ideological reasons) as being the primate motivator to move on. Canonical also has no plans to support the unity-gtk-module under Wayland (a crucial component that this extension, and similar app menu implementations, rely on).

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