Based in Sugar Land, Texas, TimeGate has developed and contributed to countless commercially successful video games, including the F.E.A.R. series, Axis & Allies, the Kohan series, and most recently Section 8. The licensing agreement with Trinigy grants TimeGate the rights to the game engine for the development of a new massively multiplayer online game, as well as the option for future MMOs and console games. The Vision Engine's adaptive workflow, extensive MMO feature set, and high-performance runtime technology will give TimeGate's team the freedom to quickly create visually stunning content for their online IP.
"The Vision Engine is a great fit for our ground-breaking MMO project due to its remarkable flexibility," said Adel Chaveleh, President and CEO at TimeGate Studios. "The Vision Engine consistently stands out in terms of MMO-optimized performance, and we are amazed at how quickly we are integrating our concepts in-game."
"We are excited about the opportunity to work with TimeGate on a next generation MMO project of this caliber," said Daniel Conradie, president and CEO at Trinigy Inc. "TimeGate stands poised to push the boundaries of what MMOs have accomplished in our industry. Our development team has focused a lot of attention on the features that help MMO teams boost performance, such as cooperative graphics editing, improved data processing and better resource management, and we look forward to working closely with the experienced team at TimeGate to bring their creative ideas to fruition for their new online title."