Unreal® Engine 4 on OpenPOWER™
Unreal® Engine Game Development and Unreal Tournament™ Gameplay Demonstration

This video illustrates the power unleashed by OpenPOWER and Talos™ to accelerate your game development.

OpenPOWER systems allow you to keep your valuable assets and proprietary engine code safe and secure through full owner control, while outperforming similarly priced systems running on the x86 and ARM architectures. OpenPOWER systems, such as Talos™, feature massive RAM and GPU bandwidth, reducing both compile and asset cook times and freeing developers to focus on improving the design and gameplay of your next AAA title.

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General Notes

  • This Unreal® Engine 4 patch series is required, and was applied to the Unreal® Engine 4 master version used in this demonstration
  • This Unreal Tournament™ patch series is required, and was applied to the Unreal Tournament™ master version used in this demonstration
  • This radeon driver patch is required, and was applied to the radeon driver used in this demonstration
  • Radeon 290X used with Mesa 12 in OpenGL 4.3 mode on Debian Strech (LLVM 3.9)
  • Flickering directional lights are a general bug in the Unreal® Engine OpenGL backend; this issue is present on all architectures and has been reported to Epic Games.
  • Editor load time is similar to load time experienced on the x86 architecture using Linux.
  • Video recorded directly from R290X output at 1920x1080 60FPS using 5.1 HDMI audio.
  • Several minor dropouts are present in the video due to the extreme bandwidth of the source stream. These dropouts are an artifact of the recording process used and are not visible during gameplay.
 
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