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Thursday, March 29, 2012

The Unreal Engine 3 of Epic Games will be used by the FBI and the U.S. Army

As revealed by Epic Games, the graphics engine, Unreal Engine 3, which lies behind successful titles 'Gears of War' and 'Mass Effect', will be used to develop educational games for the FBI, the U.S. Army and other organizations U.S. Government.

Epic Games recently announced an agreement with Virtual Heroes, a company specialized in developing simulators. Part of the deal is and use the graphics engine Unreal Engine 3 by the FBI and other government agencies through the U.S. UGN (Unreal Government Network).

The machine will be a valuable tool for training FBI agents acting as a multiplayer simulator crime scene. As for the American military would be used to develop two simulators: the first will be an anesthesia simulator while the second will be on the platform HumanSim for training doctors and surgeons.

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