Calabasas, CA and Seoul, Korea– May 4, 2010– Emergent Game Technologies, a leading provider of 3D game development solutions, and Korea-based Actoz Soft Co. Ltd., announced today a licensing agreement for use of Emergent’s popular Gamebryo engine for the upcoming massively multiplayer online (MMO) shooter title Wild Planet.
Set in 2400 A.D. after a meteorite strikes the earth, Wild Planet features a non-targeting combat mode, sci-fi world outlook and punk-styled characters. Players can join one of two factions, with aspects of teamwork, exploration, trade, growth, including a core feature that lets more than 100 players simultaneously participate in large scale Realm vs. Real (RVR) combat. Actoz Soft will be performing the first closed beta test for Wild Planet in Korea from April 8th to 12th.
Emergent’s development engines, Gamebryo and Gamebryo LightSpeed, empower developers to create their single-player, online and multi-player games in any genre and continues Emergent’s dedication to providing a one-stop cross-platform toolset for PlayStation®3 system, Xbox®360, Wii™ and PC.
For more information about Emergent Game Technologies and its development engines, please visit www.emergent.net
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Best known for its industry-leading 3D game engines, Gamebryo and Gamebryo LightSpeed, Emergent's technologies have been selected by studios around the globe to bring nearly 300 titles across more than 15 genres to market, including Game of the Year award-winning titles like Fallout 3, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, as well as critically acclaimed titles like Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, Civilization Revolution, QQ Speed, Divinity II– Ego Draconis and Bully. Emergent’s videogame technology is allowing studios to focus on innovative gameplay by enabling rapid prototyping, rapid iteration and rapid production with real-time on-target updates for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 system, Wii and PC. As part of the international development community, Emergent provides world class support and technologies evolved from deep relationships with its developer partners.
Emergent is headquartered in Calabasas, California, and has offices in Chapel Hill, NC; London; Tokyo; China and Korea. www.emergent.net .
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