Enjin Releases Unreal Engine SDKs For Developers
Unreal Engine Developers can use the SDKs to develop and handle large-scale Web3-based projects.
Enjin introduces UE SDKs
Enjin has successfully released Unreal Engine SDK (Software Development Kit), allowing developers to incorporate the Enjin API. Projects like Square Enix have also integrated with UE since it has many features and a large capacity for large-scale projects.
Initially, Enjin didn't have this set of tools, and they couldn't integrate Enjin apps using the Unreal Engine platform. However, they can now use the tech tools by Enjin without becoming blockchain experts.
Some software development companies like Steam, Unity, and Itch have restricted NFT integration and placed such technologies on their platform. However, the move has caused criticism from users and fans, especially on Twitter, because the companies solely made the decision without input from the community. Nonetheless, Unreal Engine is not backing out and is currently at the forefront of Web3-based games and projects.
Utilities of the SDK
The SDK will even consolidate the progress of the projects, and the developers will make some changes once the community decides on the future plans for the Enjin platform. Apart from the Enjin platform, developers are leveraging the Engine Cloud out-of-box to carry out some activities. Also, some ongoing cloud events are helping them to access all GraphQL queries using the platform's API.
Enjin is a software development company based in Tokyo and was created in 2009 as a software gaming platform by Maxim Blagoy and Witek Radomski. It allows creators to use, manage and store virtual assets on the Ethereum network using the platform. Developers can create digital arts, sport NFTs, music-themed NFTs, and tokenize physical products such as rare paintings. Enjin boasts 2.3 million wallet installs and 10.3 million ENJ market volume with 1.2 billion created assets.