While most gaming engines are barely recognized by name, most people do know about the Unreal Engine. It got its debut in the first ever Unreal game back in 1998, developed by Epic Games. Since then, it has spawned 2 more iterations of the engine that evolved with the increasing power of PCs and consoles alike. Dana Cowley, PR Manager for Epic Games, just released a new screenshot of the updated Unreal Engine 3 on Twitter, showcasing its foliage capabilities. Needless to say, this screen is quite the looker.