Epic will charge non-game developers $1,850 ‘per seat’ to use Unreal Engine

Unsplash / Brecht Corbeel Epic Games has announced a new pricing structure for non-game developers to use its Unreal Engine, after teasing the change last year . The Fortnite developer will charge an annual “per seat” subscription of $1,850. The term “per seat” is tech nomenclature that effectively means “a person using the software.” These changes will go into effect with the release of Unreal Engine 5.4 in late April. Though Unreal Engine is primarily known as a game development tool, it’s regularly used in a diverse array of industries, which is where this pricing structure comes in. Companies […]

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