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Epic Games looks to take Unreal Engine to the next level with the Tegra K1

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Following the announcement of the 192 CUDA-core Tegra K1, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang went on to announce that Epic Games will be bring their Unreal Engine 4 to the masses via the Tegra K1. 

The Unreal Engine is used in a ton of games on the market to improve graphics and with the combination of Unreal Engine 4 and the 192 CUDA-core Tegra K1, both organizations are working to gaming to the next level.

The demos given on stage looked quite impressive with fantastic detail but it's certainly something we'll all need to go hands-on with in order to fully appreciate. Hit the break for a video demo.


 

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Epic Games bringing Unreal Engine 4 to NVIDIA Tegra K1

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That's a lot of power for my puzzle and math games lol

I've purchased a bunch of high end games for mobile and never finish them. Either murders the battery or the Controls are just frustrating and I give up after an hour or so.

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I absolutely agree. Unreal Engine 4 to mobile is probably great but the games on Android are control wise too frustrating to play. I purchased Need for Speed most wanted for example and the car just drives for you... And how many more endless running games can we tolerate? Or can we see an awesome UE4 Candy Crush Saga?

Yes you can hook up a controller to current phones but I believe the gaming they expect to happen on mobile devices should remain on dedicated gaming consoles.

Your missing the point, if someone was to make a tablet such as the razer blade. But make it a dual boot of android os or windows rt and steam os. Per say that oem releases a docking station. imagine having that hooked up to your tv and use a bluetooth controller. You have a full gaming console with the option to android or windows rt as a more productive system. You have a laptop, tablet, and gaming console all in one system