Unreal modders start bustin' out those editors, because the next 'Make Something Unreal' contest is on its way. The contest is divided up into four phases, with categories for everything from mutators to level design and asset creation. Educational categories also allow for students to submit school projects as well. According to the rules, judging for the first phase commences June 27, 2008 with the final deadline for submissions of phase four on August 31, 2009. Prizes will include Intel Velocity Micro PCs, software development products and multiple cash purses. The grand prize will of course be a license for the Unreal Engine 3, essentially paving the way to turn your mod into a fully commercial product. Like previous winner, Red Orchestra, you too can go from mod-maker to game developer. For all the details, check out the website for the Make Something Unreal Contest.
Epic announces the second MSU contest with $1,000,000 in prizes, this time for the Unreal Engine 3
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