Mozilla and Epic Games team up to bring Unreal Engine 3 to the Web
| by Nikhil Subramaniam |
Epic Games has decided to team up with Mozilla to port Unreal Engine 3 to the Web as Adobe’s Flash is not finding many takers right now, thanks to instability and lack of native support on many mobile devices. Vladimir Vukicevic, Mozilla’s engineering director and the inventor of WebGL, recently told TechCrunch that Mozilla wants to make the Web a usable platform for modern games.
According to Vukicevic, porting the Unreal 3 Engine to the web took Epic four days, along with small adjustments. Reportedly, Epic had been working on bringing its game engine to the web, but none of those attempts came close to the demonstration at GDC. The two companies will be releasing an actual demo in the coming weeks. In the meantime, Mozilla’s own BananaBread demo, running on the latest Firefox Nightly, is an indication of what can be expected.
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