The announcements are starting to stream in from GDC! First up is Epic Games. While this really isn’t that big a surprise, Epic has revealed that their Unreal Development Kit (UDK) will include Oculus Rift support in April and is being shipped with all the Oculus SDKs. The Oculus add-on will also be downloadable from Epic’s site. What this means is that independent game developers and participating academic institutions will be able to start developing games based on the Unreal Engine for free. Full fledged Unreal Engine licensees will get the additional Oculus Rift coding for free.