Gearbox Software is going to change the way people access and use their games.
The company announced today that its newest game, Epic Games’ The Bureau, will have a blue yetid icon on the Play Store.
The blue yetit software icon is the official icon of Epic Games, and will serve as the icon for all future apps that use its technology.
The new icon, which will appear in the title of each app after it is installed, will let people easily search for content and games from the company’s library, or install their own games without having to download additional software.
The logo is a bit of a departure from the previous blue yetith icon, but the new icon is still quite striking, especially considering how much content it represents.
Gearbox announced that it will release the blue yetig software icon in a future update.
The company also unveiled a new tool called the Game Search Engine that will help developers with creating search tools to easily find, play, and download new games.
For example, developers can now search for a title in their game’s library by name, or even by region.
The game search engine will be powered by the new app-creation engine, but will also allow developers to share their game files with users, like they have been doing with Steam, a digital distribution platform.
Gearbox also announced that developers can submit new games to the game store in the future, which can then be made available to players in the app store.
The only limitation for these submissions will be that they will only be made to developers who have a paid app that’s compatible with Gearbox’s software.
This means that the apps that have been submitted to the Gearbox app store will not have to be compatible with the new software, and those that aren’t will have to download a separate app to get access to the new features.
The studio has already been working on the app-making tools for years.
The software development kits (SDKs) used to create the software are available for free to developers through the company, and the company has made the development kits available to developers for a while now.
The SDKs also provide access to tools for building game assets.
In the future the SDKs could be made into a standalone program, which could be used by third-party app developers.
The Gearbox studio also unveiled that it is planning to open up its SDKs to the community.
GearBox’s developers are open to the idea of the company providing the SDK as open source software, but are wary that this would lead to the SDK being open source for developers.
GearLab, a free app developer service, has been a pioneer in this space, providing developers access to its SDK for free.
For more on Gearbox, be sure to check out our Hands-on with the GearBox Studio and its upcoming release of The Bureau: Rise of the Machine.