Battery is NHNGames' first game to use the Unreal Engine. Harnessing the strength of Unreal Engine 2.5, Battery delivers superb visuals, with realistic fight scenes and military combat in the outbreak of World War. Gamers experience explosions, flying debris and intense battle depicted with detailed rendering. The game enters its first closed beta test in Korea this month and is scheduled to launch in the second half of the year.
"NHNGames chose the Unreal Engine for its stable development environment and realistic graphic description to get superior lifelike game-playing, the core of modern military FPS," said Tae-hoon Kim, Director of Business Division of WEBZEN.
"Powered by Unreal Engine 2.5, Battery will provide the low-spec PC gamer with a smooth, optimized game experience and the high-spec PC gamer with a high-quality graphic experience," said Jeong-seok Park, producing director, NHNGames. "BATTERY is going to give gamers the heart-thumping thrill of attack and the chilling experience of battle in modern war."
"The game's graphic quality and speed is spectacular," said Ray Park, territory manager of Epic Games Korea. "NHNGames has done a first-rate job with the development of Battery, bringing gamers high-quality graphics with affordable PC spec requirements."
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