The CryEngine/Lumberyard/O3DE game engine just released 23.10

O3DE 23.10 Released

The first major release of O3DE since the 23.05 release in May, O3DE 23.10 was just released. O3DE is the open source project spawned from Amazon’s Lumberyard game engine, which itself was created from a fork of CryEngine. This release adds several new features (that I struggled to get to […]

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The O3DE open source AAA game engine just released version 22.05 as well as a new open source multiplayer sample

O3DE 23.05 Released

O3DE, the open source game engine derived from Amazon’s Lumberyard just released version 23.05. The first major release of 2023 and one of only two scheduled releases, it is packed with fixes, features and changes. Additionally the just launched a large multiplayer demonstration project with source code and assets hosted

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O3DE Release 22.10

O3DE 22.10 Released

O3DE, the open source game engine that started life as CryEngine, then Lumberyard and now open sourced as O3DE, just released a major update in the form of 22.10. This is the first update since 22.05 back in May and focuses on the exact areas where I believe O3DE needed

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O3DE 22.05 First Major Release of 2022

O3DE 22.05 Released

O3DE, the open source game engine previously known as Lumberyard, just released their first major release of 2022, O3DE 22.05. One of the major flaws with O3DE in the past was the onboarding experience and I’m happy to say it’s now a great deal easier to get up and running

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Lumberyard 1.26 Released

Lumberyard 1.26 Released

Amazon have just released a new version of their CryEngine derived game engine, Lumberyard. Lumberyard is free to use, with the source code available, so long as your multiplayer services are either self hosted or use Amazon technologies. The 1.26 release brings several new features, including several around quality of

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