Epic Games and GameSpy are further strengthening their relationship. Both companies have recently announced that Unreal Tournament 3 (PC, Xbox 360, PS3), the latest entry in Epic Games’ popular first-person shooter franchise, will be incorporating GameSpy’s multiplayer technology.
So, what will this partnership bring to Unreal Tournament 3? Check the full article for more details.
Epic Games and GameSpy have come together to incorporate GameSpy’s multiplayer technology into Epic’s Unreal Tournament 3, the latest iteration of the popular first-person shooter franchise.
Epic Games and Gamespy have also recently announced a licensing deal to incorporate GameSpyÂ’s online technology into Epic’s Unreal Engine 3 and GameSpy joining Epic’s Integrated Partners Program. Epic games vice president Mark Rein had the following to say:
Partnering with GameSpy for the second time and expanding on our IPP relationship furthers our commitment to including the highest level of online technology into our video games. Unreal Tournament 3 is a leader in online gaming, and we will continue to push boundaries and technology to develop a game that satisfies the high expectations of our franchise fans.
GameSpy’s multiplayer technology, which includes multiplayer matchmaking, in-game and out-of-game messaging, deep player statistics, VoIP communication and a robust leaderboard and ranking system, will be built into both the PC and PlayStation 3 versions of Unreal Tournament 3.
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