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Project TGO

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Publisher: OnNet
Developer: OnNet

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OnNET Licenses CryENGINE 3 For Upcoming Multiplayer Golfing Game

by Rainier on Oct. 29, 2009 @ 11:57 a.m. PDT

Project TGO, powrered by CryENGINE 3, is a multiplayer golfing game, offering the most realistic physics with natural background and highly detailed graphics.

In the past, OnNet Co. Ltd. developed and published the critically acclaimed Golf-MMOG ‘Shot online’. In line with the development of their latest project, Jaesun Kim, the director of OnNet, stated: “Our next online golf game ’Project TGO’ is based on the experience and the knowledge from ‘Shot online’. With the help of the newest CryENGINE® 3 technology we will deliver the most realistic physics with natural background and highly detailed graphics within our game. In order to reach the best results within the game we are focusing on a very strong cooperation between Crytek and OnNet.”

OnNet plans to start its service in 2010 but has not released any concept or special features yet so that they sparked the curiosity within the industry. OnNet USA will be in charge of the Producing and Business Development for ‘Project TGO’ while the game and graphics development will be led by their offices in Korea and China with some of the original developers of ‘Shot online’. With this new international organization OnNet is targeting a global market.

Youngmok Park, Managing Director of Crytek Korea Ltd. declared: “CryENGINE 3 is undoubtedly the best choice for ‘Project TGO’. Our latest all-in-one game development solution allows the team to develop more content in less time and primarily at less risk. I am convinced that OnNet’s latest project will look even better and more realistic than its former games. Our cooperation will lift golf games to a whole new level and make them even more attractive to the gamers. We’re really looking forward to the result.”

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