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Oculus will pay royalty fees for Rift games using Epic’s Unreal Engine

Epic Games and Oculus VR are giving developers a reason to make Rift content with the Unreal Engine toolset. Today, Oculus VP of product Nate Mitchell announced that Facebook’s VR division will pay the part of the royalty fees for all games using Unreal Engine that sell on the Oculus Store. This covers the first […]
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