Epic Games’ Citadel Demo Available on App Store, Uses Unreal Engine 3


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At today's Apple press conference, Epic Game's VP Mike Capps and Donald Mustard or Epic-owned Chair Entertainment showcased a project codenamed Project Sword. It seemed like a fighting game with amazing visuals. 

It uses Epic's amazing Unreal Engine 3 (UE3) for the stellar 3D visuals. Trust us, it looks amazing. Luckily, a small tech demo is available for free on the App Store right now. Titled Epic Citadel, it shows you the 3D view that we were shown at the press conference. The downside is that it only works on an iPhone 3GS, 4 and the iPad. No 3G here. Bummer.

Still, the demo is worth a look. It's available here: iTunes

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