Epic is bringing web support to Unreal Engine 3.
The web browser outfit said that engineering teams at Mozilla and Epic ported the development platform to the web in four days using Emscripten and asm.js, which included over one million lines of code.
Mozilla said that proof of the concept in bringing these high-performance games to the web was shown off in its BananaBread demo, a 3D FPS built using WebGL and Emscripten, which you can view below.
The web browser giant said that as well as bringing Unreal Engine 3 to the web, it was also working with the likes of Disney, EA and ZeptoLab to help optimise their web-based games.
You can view the trailers for Unreal Engine 3 on the web and the BananaBread demo below.
"Today, we are excited to unlock this technology for high-performance games, by teaming up with Epic Games," read a statement on Mozilla's blog.
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