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Unigine CEO Offers Free Engine License for Wasteland 2

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Unigine CEO Offers Free Engine License for Wasteland 2

Information - posted by Crooked Bee on Sat 14 April 2012, 17:23:19

Tags: Unigine Corp.; Wasteland 2

In his interview with NMA earlier, Brian Fargo mentioned InXile were considering two engines for Wasteland 2, details unknown. Today, Unigine Corp CEO Den Shergin tweeted about his offer of a free Unigine engine license to inXile for Wasteland 2:

As Brian Fargo‚Äôs fans we are ready to support Wasteland 2 with free license for UNIGINE. This allows inXile to bring Wasteland 2 to Linux.​

No Mutants Allowed have the following to say about the engine:

Unigine is a multi-platform (Windows, Linux, MacOS, PS3, Android, iOS) engine. It is best known for Heaven benchmarking tool, and I don't think it's been used on too many released titles, though there is Unigine Corp's own Oil Rush. See some gameplay here or listen to Total Biscuit talk about the engine and game here. [Keep in mind this is more of an engine demonstration than a "real" game, though.] The system requirements of Oil Rush are really low (2 GHz processor, 1 GB memory, GeForce 8600/Radeon HD2600), so that's a plus.​

There's also been a follow-up tweet about this:


Is this going to be Wasteland 2's engine? It remains a mystery for now, but we'll keep you updated.

Spotted at NMA

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