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Unreal Engine 4 really does do a good job at showing off what can be done with it, and this video is no different. They also mention official Vulkan API support.

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Some amazing looking games have been made for it, and I hope we see more on Linux. It will be interesting to see if many bigger developers look to use Vulkan in Unreal Engine.

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Beamboom 19 March 2016 at 9:47 am UTC
ArkonaHi to everyone! This is my first message here although I'm reading this site for years.

Cool to hear from you Arkona, and welcome :-)
Nice post too. Interesting read. I hope the compiler stuff is fixed soon, so you don't have to buy a windows licence just for that... :-(
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