''Halo: The Master Chief Collection” releases with 3D Art support from Virtuos
Shanghai, China – December 22th 2014 –Virtuos is proud to have had the opportunity to contribute to the culmination of a franchise over a decade in the making – Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Virtuos supported 343 Industries by providing modeling for a variety of armor pieces as well as props for Halo 2: Anniversary as part of the collection.
Sparx* contribues to Transformers: Age of Extinction
Sprax* contribues to Transformers: Age of Extinction team has produced several of the transformable cars, dinosaurs and robotic animals in many of the key scenes of Transformers.
CÔNG CHIẾU DISNEY REBELS PHẦN 2 VỚI CÁC TẬP PHIM ĐƯỢC SẢN XUẤT TOÀN BỘ BỞI VIRTUOS
Virtuos hân hạnh được góp sức vào công đoạn sản xuất toàn bộ 5 tập trong series Star Wars Rebels Phần 2 được công chiếu vào thứ Tư ngày 14 tháng 10 lúc 9:30 tối trên kênh Disney XD.
DISNEY INFINITY 3.0 ĐƯỢC TRÌNH LÀNG VỚI SỰ ĐÓNG GÓP VỀ ANIMATION VÀ ART CỦA VIRTUOS
Infinity 3.0 đã được phát hành vào ngày 30/8/2015 và là phiên bản mới nhất của loạt game Infinity
UNTIL DAWN ĐƯỢC RA MẲT VỚI SỰ ĐÓNG GÓP VỀ ANIMATION VÀ ART CỦA VIRTUOS
Virtuos tự hào là đã có cơ hội tham gia dự án Until Dawn,một game thuộc thể loại kinh dị của Supermassive Games.
Chinese groups acquire Indian and Japanese studios
Recent news indicate that the largest Chinese gaming companies have the appetite and the cash to acquire studios from neighbouring countries. The common point ? …Acquire know-how and content.
India out sources to China for tech talent
The New York Times explains how large Indian companies like Infosys and Wipro are investing into China’s talent pool. It mentions that “China has a worker base equal to India’s in terms of cost, quality and scale” : when you think about game development, the major advantage that China also has is that the majority of Chinese students are Gamers !
China Becomes Japan’s Largest Software Outsourcing Base
China has become Japan’s largest overseas software outsourcing base.
China government invest heavily in domestic online games
China will invest 1 to 2 billion yuan (US$120.5 to US$241 million) in a program to develop some 100 high quality Chinese-developed online games from 2004 to 2008, according to sources with the Press and Publication Administration of China.
New generation of consoles means increased production costs
According to this CNET article game developers expect development costs for next generation consoles to double or triple compared to the current Xbox and PS2 generation.
EA Predicts Game Development costs to rise 200%
EA Vice President Jeff Brown expects development costs to sharply rise in the next generation.
China's online game market booming
Online gaming market estimates show China has the highest growth potential in the Asia-Pacific region.
Wideloads new development model
In an interview with Digital Media Net, Alex Seropian, ex Bungie Co-founder who recently founded Wideload, explains how his new model relies on outsourcing to reduce game development costs.