Epic Games encourages creativity with Ureal Engine

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Epic Games continues to launch design competitions and courses using its Unreal Engine graphics technology.

Epic Games is promoting its graphic design platform Unreal Engine through the organization of courses and classes using Unreal Engine. Currently, the company has launched 5 courses that allow users to participate in these courses to acquire basic game development skills, and have a chance to win some small related gifts.

Epic Games encourages creativity with the Ureal Engine

Epic Games encourages creativity with the Ureal Engine

Besides the courses, students can participate in several design competitions with the Unreal Engine and have the opportunity to receive prizes. The content of the contest is very simple. Users take 5 courses online on the Epic Games website. These courses have basic but comprehensive instructional content design compared to courses from many game development companies.

After completing the course, users will receive a badge and share their achievements on social networks. These shared status lines must have the #LearnUnreal and #Contest hashtags attached. Each student’s share must be about their experiences in the course of taking courses.

Epic Games also encourages learners to share expertise with other learners. The deadline for participation in this contest is December 13, 2020. Winners will receive a number of rewards, which are product design related equipment using the Unreal Engine and public tools. other technology.

Epic Games encourages creativity with the Ureal Engine

Epic Games encourages creativity with the Ureal Engine

Epic Games often holds contests and awards for indie game developers using Unreal Engine in unique, imaginative ways. However, Unreal may not be familiar with newbies at first. Courses and competitions are for the beginners, practicing coding, developing their own creativity to create games or non-games from UE.

The Unreal Engine courses and competitions made an investment of about $83.6 million to raise funds. Part of this fund will be used to find about 80,000 new creators (like fresher) to participate in game development through the Unity engine, UE. The current Unity tool creates an average of 115,000 new jobs per year.