Unreal Engine, a tool which allows game developers to design and build games and simulations, has received a major update today bumping it to version 4.10. The new version 4.10 comes with hundreds of bug fixes, several stability and other improvements, as well as updates for every supported platform. Additionally, the new update also brings support for Visual Studio 2015, which gives developers the ability to work on the latest Visual Studio on Windows to develop games.
Here's an extract of what's new in the latest update from the folks at Unreal Engine:
Hundreds of reported bugs have been bashed, many new quality of life improvements were added, and virtually every supported platform has received updates. Unreal Engine is designed for incredible VR experiences, and every release it gets better. Epic's "Bullet Train" VR demo is powered by new features in this version, with new rendering optimizations designed specifically for head mounted displays. Mobile gets a nice upgrade in this release too, with new scalability features and support for refraction. Last but not least, great news for programmers: You can now use Visual Studio 2015 for development on Windows.
It's a pretty big update and the company has taken its time to offer a detailed explanation of all the new features and enhancements introduced in the 4.10 update. If you're a developer working on Unreal Engine, head over to the company's blog post to read in detail about what it has to offer.