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Tag: Unreal Engine

How to Integrate the AWS C++ SDK with Unreal Engine

How to Integrate the AWS C++ SDK with Unreal Engine

Game developers increasingly require cloud technologies to support their games and provide the best experience to their players. Leveraging cloud services provided by AWS can help with important game components such as managing and deploying game servers, running analytics on various game metrics, and utilizing AI/ML to detect player health and retention. Creating and maintaining […]

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Unreal Engine Pixel Streaming in AWS with Ubuntu OS

Unreal Engine Pixel Streaming in AWS with Ubuntu OS

This blog was written by Gena Gizzi and Noor Fairoza. A 2020 Global Market Insights report estimates that the 3D rendering market will hit $9 billion by 2026, especially with the rise of 3D enabling devices, high-speed internet and cloud technology. There is an increasing adoption of 3D technology across multiple industry verticals where the […]

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AWS GameKit

AWS Announces AWS GameKit for Unreal Engine

We are excited to announce AWS GameKit, a new solution that allows game developers to deploy and customize game backend features directly from Unreal Engine. AWS GameKit comes with AWS CloudFormation templates for each feature that follows AWS Solution Architect designs. AWS GameKit also comes with an integration code between the game backend features and […]

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Amazon GameLift Integration with Unreal Engine – New YouTube Video Series Launch

AWS Game Tech is excited to announce a brand new series for “Building Games on AWS” — a new YouTube tutorial show pioneered by Game Tech Solutions Architects that focuses on teaching game developers how to use AWS for game-related workflows. If you are unfamiliar with “Building Games on AWS”, check out this blog post […]

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Unreal Editor in-game experience

Compiling Unreal Engine 4 Dedicated Servers for AWS Graviton EC2 Instances

Epic Games is a leading interactive entertainment company responsible for some of the world’s largest games including Fortnite, and also develops Unreal Engine, Unreal Engine is a world leading open and advanced real-time 3D creation tool. Continuously evolving, it not only powers the world’s leading games, it also offers creators across industries the freedom and […]

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