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US government using Unreal Engine to train agents and other servicemen

What's Hawt: Who says video games aren’t beneficial to real life situations? Epic Games has announced a partnership with Virtual Heroes to allow licensing of Unreal Engine 3 to the U.S. government for training purposes.

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Kurylo3d1602d ago

this isnt news... they have been doing this since the original unreal engine... were talkn decades here.

SilentNegotiator1602d ago

But they just upgraded to THREE! AWWWWW YEAAAH COLE TRAIN BABY HERP DERP

FriedGoat1602d ago

What it means now is they have to wait 20 seconds before the simulation for the textures to load.

sikbeta1602d ago

Simulation =/= Real training

US Army, spend that tax money properly!

pandehz1602d ago

IF theyre gonna play games they could atleast install it on one of their supercomputers and make an mmo out of it for all soldiers.

theeg1601d ago

@friedgoat

they're not playing the dirty, sub-hd, jaggie console version that takes 5 seconds to load in all the textures everytime a scene changes!

they're playing in true hd, 1080p at 60 frames or better with 1 second loading on pc suckas!

aDDicteD1596d ago

if it's really 100% same in the field then it's a nice project. but if it's not then it'll be a different story, there's a slight difference between those two i think