Unreal Engine general manager Ray Davis has revealed that Epic Games has made its Unreal Engine 4 roadmap public.
“Our hope with being more transparent in our development processes is that we’ll generate more value for developers working with UE4, both in understanding what’s likely to appear in upcoming releases and also in having more context around how the engine is being built (and a little bit of the why),” Davis wrote in a blog post, in part.
He also noted that while the roadmap shows the areas that Epic does intend to improve on, there is no guarantee that every feature will be added. “While we intend for most items on the roadmap to end up surfacing as estimated, we want to make it clear that there is no guarantee of a feature being added to the engine even if it’s currently listed,” Davis said.
He added that Epic will also be looking for developers to vote on which features should be improved.
“This is an experiment for us and as such it’s important that we get your feedback on what we’re doing – vote on features you’re excited about, send us comments on things that seem confusing or unclear, and better yet let us know what you think should be on the roadmap that isn’t already,”
(via GI International)