Unreal Engine 4 demonstrates Mozilla Firefox




Mozilla has put online a demonstration of the Unreal Engine 4 running in the Firefox browser. With the use of JavaScript and WebGL browser version of the engine according to Mozilla achieves 67% of the performance of native Unreal Engine 4 code.

Mozilla comes with the demonstration on his own blog. The company uses the Emscripten compiler for C and C + + code of Unreal Engine 4 games into asm.js, part of JavaScript that is designed for high performance. Mozilla itself Using WebGL, the game is finally rendered. In the blog post states that “every browser can open asm.js content but only in Firefox are specific optimizations that ensure the best performance.” All that is required to open this content after release Firefox version 22 or newer.

Last year showed Mozilla and Epic Games version 3 of the Unreal Engine in Firefox. Although since very few games use the technology, Epic Games and Mozilla hope that after this demonstration web developers to approach as they approached. Another platform At the Game Developers Conference from 17 to March 21 in San Francisco, Mozilla will continue to demonstrate the technology.


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