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    [LIST][*]Today, Epic Games unveiled Unreal Engine 5 for next-generation hardware.[*]Epic Online Services also launched.[*]Epic Online Services allow developers to implement features like cross-play and cross-progression easily.[*]These tools are open to all studios and completely free according to Epic Games.[/LIST]
    Hot on the heels of the Unreal Engine 5 announcement, Epic Games continued the tradition by starting at Epic Online Services were now available. Epic Online Services are open to all developers and are completely free. They can quickly and easily launch, operate, and scale their games across engines, stores, and platforms of their choice.

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