Unreal Engine is one of the most popular open source game engines and has been used in games like League of Legends, Unreal Tournament and Doom.
It’s also one of Valve’s main revenue generators, and Valve has a big interest in the engine.
Now, in a post to its forums, Valve is hoping to encourage developers to use the engine for their next projects.
The company wants to help developers learn the basics of the engine, which includes its syntax, how to build games and even how to set up a game’s engine to run on a computer.
Developers will also be able to build and share their game with the public, the post says.
Valve is also providing tools to help them get started, like an interactive demo, which can be played by anyone with an Internet connection.
In addition to the basics, developers will be able create their own tutorials and tutorials can be shared with other developers.
Valve will be rolling out this tutorial program in beta next month.
You can see a live demo of the program on Steam.com/beta soon, but for now, you can download the Unreal Engine 3.1 Beta on Steam for free.