Epic Games releases Unreal Engine 4 'Infiltrator' demo for game devs

Infiltrator was an impressive display of what Unreal Engine 4 was capable of creating. Now Epic Games has made this demo free to download for anyone working with the game engine.


Let's take a trip back to 2013, around that year's Game Devleopers Conference, to be more precise. Epic Games released a tech demo called "Infiltrator," which showed off the capabilities of Unreal Engine 4. Need a reminder? Let's check it out below.

Fast-forward to today, with Epic now announcing that the Infiltrator project is now available to download for free. This will allow game developers or simply those with high-end PC GPUs to download for their own personal use, including in any Unreal Engine 4-based projects.

Of course, UE4 has changed quite a bit since Infiltrator was first unveiled, so the assets might need some tweaking For more information on that, check out the Unreal Engine website.

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