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Sunday, August 20, 2006

EA ditches Renderware


Apparently EA announced late last Friday that they will be using Epic's Unreal Engine 3 for a number of their upcoming next generation titles. While that's good news since every title that uses that engine kicks serious arse, what ever happened to Criterion's Renderware engine? Didn't EA buy Criterion to get access to the studio as well as their Renderware technology? Apparently, I guess not.



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