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Today at 08:34:52 AM Blizzard: Even if you use UDK, you can still sell your game. For earnings up to $50k, they don't charge anything, but after that they want 25% of your earnings. https://www.unrealengine.com/products/udk/udk-licensing-resources#commercial
Today at 08:33:56 AM Blizzard: Lol, of course you can. https://www.unrealengine.com/blog/welcome-to-unreal-engine-4 And I just learned that there is a distinction between the "UDK" and "Unreal 4".
Today at 08:32:39 AM ArcaneAlchemy: It's the same with CryEngine. They have a free, but it's strictly non-commercial without license. I don't really like the whole 5% thing with UDK, but there are some great generation features for complex objects.
Today at 07:57:06 AM Colonel Blinx: But yeah, personally I'd go with UDK, seeing as it's free. But you can't release games commercially with it for that very reason, so be warned.
Today at 07:56:25 AM Colonel Blinx: excuse me fucker udk cannot output as much porygon as cryindian fucker
Today at 07:49:12 AM Blizzard: I've heard that UDK is A LOT more intuitive than CryEngine. Not to forget that CryEngine is an unoptimized mess internally.
Today at 05:49:25 AM Spiralflux: Why hello there peeps.
Today at 05:24:51 AM Colonel Blinx: Neither. Unity all day ever-- sorry, I can't keep a straight face. CryEngine 3.
Today at 02:18:07 AM ArcaneAlchemy: Unreal Engine, or CryEngine? Discuss... No, seriously I am curious. I know Unreal has a 5% royalty with licensed version and CryEngine doesn't. They both look great, but from what I hear Unreal is a bit more intuitive. Thoughts??
Today at 01:49:21 AM R5GAMER: And where I also blocks .. This is how to ensure that the username is less than the images ...