YEBIS 2 REVS UP OPTICAL EFFECTS ON NEXT GENERATION RACING
PQube, Bristol, UK – May 12 th 2014 – Silicon Studio, a high-end middleware provider and game developer announced today that next-gen developer Milestonewill utilize Silicon Studio’s remarkable middleware solution, YEBIS 2 to power the visual effects in their upcoming next-generation racing title, MotoGP™14. The cutting edge post processing effects of YEBIS 2 enable game developers to elevate graphic quality without sacrificing valuable development resources.
“YEBIS 2 has enabled our development team to fine tune our visual effects to true next-gen quality levels”, said Andrea Basilio, Game Director Milestone. “Our aim with MotoGP™14 is to bring the most true-to-life superbike racing experience ever seen and using the YEBIS 2 middleware enabled us to achieve the finest optical effects. In short, YEBIS 2 fine-tuned our visuals enabling the dev team to fine tune the gameplay to perfection as you can see from the comparison screen we’ve recently released”, concludes Basilio.
“Through the power of YEBIS 2, developers can create fantastic visual effects that complement their games,” says Takehiko Terada, CEO of Silicon Studio. “As seen in the incredibly realistic lighting effects seen in MotoGP™14 , YEBIS 2 has the flexibility and power to achieve the visuals goals of any game developer.”
Selected by Develop Magazine to the “Develop 100: Ones To Watch 2014, “ YEBIS 2 is a post-processing solution with the power to create stunning visual effects for next-gen development while offering current gen developers the ability to deliver high-quality visuals and lens-simulation effects. As seen in Agni's Philosophy – Final Fantasy Real-time Tech Demo which debuted at the PlayStation®4 system from Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. announcement and showcased the powerful visual effects of the platform and demonstrated at the official unveiling of Google’s Nexus 7 tablet, YEBIS 2 delivers flexible power to any development platform.
With a completely redesigned engine to take advantage of next-gen consoles, MotoGP™14 features a new audio engine, new real-time lighting effects, graphic details that have never seen before on a two-wheeled game and, finally, a richer and evolved multiplayer experience. Developed by Italian Milestone Studio, MotoGP™14 will be available on June 2014 for Xbox 360®, Windows PC®, PlayStation®3, PlayStation®Vita and on PlayStation®4.
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Established in 2000, Silicon Studio is an international company based in Tokyo, Japan, that delivers leading innovation in digital entertainment technology and content. Silicon Studio provides cutting-edge solutions in rendering technology, research and development methods, game content, post processing effects and online game solutions.
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Founded in Milan in 1996, Milestone S.r.l. is the biggest Italian videogames developer and it is recognized worldwide as a leading Studio specialized in racing titles. The company is unique in the Italian scenario thanks to an obsessive desire for quality combined with an elaborate attention to detail which have always been the trademarks and philosophy of the company. SBK® Superbike World Championship series, MotoGP™, MXGP – The Official Motocross Videogame and the official game of the FIA World Rally Championship represent clear examples. For further information please visit www.milestone.it.
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