With Windows RT-based devices due to launch in late October, it's likely that one of the most popular applications will be games. Today, Epic Games announced that its Unreal Engine 3 graphics engine and development tools are now available for Windows RT-based game developers.
The company showed off Epic Citadel, a graphics engine demo, running on the Asus Vivo Tab RT tablet-notebook hybrid shown off earlier today at Asus' IFA press event; the product is powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 3 processor.
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