Ubisoft is on the warpath again, after acquiring Longtail Studios' Quebec Office yesterday, it announced today that it has acquired multiplayer middleware and services developer Quazal Technologies.
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Ubisoft has made a strategic decision to use Quazal technology to provide online functionality within several of their upcoming games, as well as signed a long-term services and consulting agreement with Quazal to provide assistance from dedicated engineers with integration and feature development.
Online multiplayer middleware developer Quazal, known for Net-Z, Rendez-Vous and Spark!, has signed an agreement with Trinigy, makers of the Vision Engine, to integrate Quazal’s online technologies with Vision 7.
Online multiplayer middleware developer Quazal and Midway announced today that they have signed an agreement that will see the Midway add Quazal’s Rendez-Vous and Spark! technologies for in-game lobby and matchmaking features across multiple next-gen titles.
Quazal announced today that it has joined Epic Games’ Integrated Partners Program for Unreal Engine 3. Rendez-Vous and Spark! have been fully integrated into Unreal Engine 3 and is now available for licensing directly from Quazal.
Quazal announced today that they have been approved for SCEI's Tools and Middleware program for PlayStation 3, and that versions are ready for evaluation by interested PS3 game title developers.
Online multiplayer middleware developer Quazal and THQ announced today that they have signed an agreement that will see the THQ studios add Quazal's Net-Z and Rendez-Vous technologies for use in their online efforts through 2007.
Quazal and Crave Entertainment today announced that they have entered into a long-term, three-year agreement for the use of Quazal’s online technologies in all of Crave Entertainment’s gaming products.
Quazal and Eidos Interactive today announced that the upcoming game Commandos Strike Force will be powered by Quazal technology to provide online multiplayer gaming.
Quazal announced today that JoWooD has chosen Quazal's online multiplayer middleware Rendez-Vous technology as the basis for three of their upcoming online games, SpellForce 2: Shadow Wars, The Guild 2 and Panzer Elite Action.
Quazal announced today that its online multiplayer middleware technologies, Quazal Net-Z and Quazal Rendez-Vous, will fully support the Xbox 360. Quazal Net-Z for Xbox 360 is now available to interested Xbox 360 developers. Quazal Rendez-Vous will be available later this year for Live titles on Xbox 360 as hosted services with guaranteed uptime.
Quazal and Sammy Studios today announced their partnership to bring online multiplayer to Sammy Studios' highly-anticipated cinematic first-person western shooter, “Darkwatch.” Read more for details ...
Quazal and Ubisoft today announce their partnership has produced the Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell 3 multiplayer experience: one of the most innovative multiplayer designs to date, with cooperative moves that have never before been seen in a video game. A continuation to the story of Sam Fisher, member of the ultra-secret Third Echelon, Splinter Cell 3 is currently in development at Ubisoft’s Montreal studios.
Quazal today announced the signing of a licensing agreement with Eidos to provide the Net-Z multiplayer online middleware technology for two upcoming Eidos titles on PlayStation2 and Xbox. This agreement marks the start of a longer-term relationship between Eidos and Quazal that will result in the development of further Net-Z-based titles throughout 2004. This deal represents the first in what will be a series of major announcements from Quazal over the coming months. Read more for details ...
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