German AI middleware firm expands business on home soil and in France

Xaitment signs two tools licensing deals

German AI middleware firm Xaitment has signed two new licensing agreements for its tools with European studios Coreplay and Kylotonn Entertainment.

Fellow German firm Coreplay is now set to use XaitMap and XaitMove² for the development of an unspecified upcoming title. French studio Kylotonn is now using the tools in what Xaitment refers to as a predevelopment capacity.

“We were able to quickly and easily integrate xaitment’s AI tools, an absolute must in the game development world,” said technical director and founder of Coreplay Peter Ohlmann.

“Xaitment’s tools provide us optimal performance and we are very pleased with the outcome we have seen from using them in our game development.”

“It is a pleasure partnering with Coreplay and Kylotonn,” said group CEO of Xaitment Andreas Gerber. “We are excited to see the resulting games coming from these first-class game development studios.”

About MCV Staff

Check Also

Comment: Evolution of games – Are you ready for what’s coming next?

The evolution of video games technology has continually foreshadowed evolution of mass media and we’re now on the cusp of another leap forward - except this time change will be driven by software and creators, rather than hardware…