We’re not going to freak out until we find out our memories have been replaced and are now being powered by Epic’s engine. But we are getting a bit scared. Today, Destineer has announced that they have licensed Unreal Engine 3 for a yet-to-be revealed project.
“We are using the Unreal Engine to make a game for a genre in which you would not expect to see it,” says Destineer president, Peter Tamte. “The engine is performing marvelously and Epic’s support has been top-notch.”
“They’re doing some innovative things with Unreal Engine 3 that people might not expect to see,” says Mark Rein. “We’ve been encouraging companies to use their imagination and think outside the box with Unreal Engine 3, and it is exciting to see that the message is starting to pay off.”
Uh, “starting”? Black College Football: The Xperience just had its feelings hurt.