Qualcomm Technologies and Epic Games are working together
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Qualcomm Technologies and Epic Games are working together
9 March, 2016

Epic Games, the company behind Unreal Engine 4 and the mobile hardware developer Qualcomm Technologies Inc. (QTI) are officially working together. Recently Dave Durnil, head of Advanced Content and Gaming for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon platform, talked about the collaboration and the way it changes the game.

UE4 demands powerful hardware, but it appears that it can work with Snapdragon 820 Mobile Development Platform (MDP) with the Adreno 530 GPU. “

Qualcomm Technologies and Epic Games are working together

Basically, Epic Games and QTI now have the ability to use rich content created with Unreal Engine on mobile devices. As the developers state, development cycle is quite short on Adreno, which brings even more possibilities.

The Zen Restaurant demo is another example of collaboration. It’s an architectural visualization of an ultra-modern restaurant, designed to show the potential of Unreal Engine 4 on mobile.

Adreno’s ability to switch between retained mode rendering and direct rendering is what makes it so powerful to us.

Niklas Smedberg, a senior game programmer at Epic

Qualcomm Technologies and Epic Games are working together

We thought it would be a good idea to capture the cool feel of a modern restaurant. We follow them (game developers ) as closely as possible so we’ll always have mobile hardware that’s catching up. It helps put us ahead of the game.

Dan Archard, senior staff engineer with QTI

Make sure  to watch 3-minute video below for more on what the collaboration means for graphics-intensive apps and games.

Source: qualcomm.com

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