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After seeing this demonstration of the water physics capabilities of Unigine, the engine Dual Universe recently switched to from Unreal 4, I would really like to be able to find planets completely covered with water that require massive oil rig type barges to survive on the rough surface: Of course the easy alternative to living on the surface would be living underwater, and I'm certainly not opposed to living in a Sealab. Or even Fhloston Paradise
Greetings, I've been following the progress of Duel Universe for quite some time now, and so far I'm loving the idea and what they've made so far! I have one question, though, which has made me very curious. Why do they develop this game in UNIGINE and not in UE4 or Unity? I might lack some knowledge and information about the differences between these 3 game engines, but from my understanding, UNIGINE are great when it comes to rendering, but so is UE4 and the cost of using UNIGINE is so expensive that a lot of developers doesn't use it at all, as they can bring out a very similar result
(Posted Friday 29th of April 2016 on the DevBlog) Many of you have been waiting for quite some time to see the first in-game screenshots of Dual Universe! It?s coming soon, but one of the main reasons why we haven't shown anything sooner is that we were working on a very big move: we have switched our underlying game engine from Unreal Engine 4 to Unigine 2. Let me say a few words about this decisive evolution. Unigine is a rendering engine that was well known for GPU benchmarks showcasing advanced Direct X11 features. Quoting their web page, ?Unigine 2 is designed to handle virtu