Leading Chinese developer ChangYou have announced the upcoming launch of an epic new online game created using Crytek’s next-gen ready development solution, CryENGINE 3. “God Slayer” will become China’s first MMO action RPG created using the state-of-the-art games engine, offering an exciting new experience to players all over the world as the game becomes ChangYou’s flagship title for the global market.
Wang Yi, deputy CEO of ChangYou said:
“CryENGINE has been invaluable as we’ve worked towards fulfilling our ambitious goals for God Slayer. It’s a tool that offers unparalleled flexibility during the development process, and helps to ensure gamers will encounter a world filled with unexpected new playing experiences when the game launches.”
Director of Global Business Development for CryENGINE at Crytek, Carl Jones, added:
“It has been exciting to see a developer of ChangYou’s pedigree harnessing the potential of CryENGINE 3 and producing a final product that is already generating a buzz among China’s vibrant gaming community. As the original licensee of CryENGINE in China, ChangYou boast a deep working knowledge of the technology, and the early reaction to God Slayer offers further evidence that CryENGINE 3 excels at helping developers to create experiences that stand out from the crowd.”
God Slayer blends eastern and western mythology to create a vast and varied world for players to explore. Upon its release, the game will take its place amid a list of award-winning titles from ChangYou that includes brawler Tian Long Ba Bu and popular online shooter, DDTank.
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