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Emergent releases Gamebryo 2.5

The makers of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion engine have released a new cross-platform development tool

Emergent Game Technologies has released Gamebryo 2.5, featuring a redesigned core with the Emergent Terrain System, a new Geometry System and enhanced support for the Floodgate stream processing engine.

"Gamebryo 2.5 is the foundation for a new generation of creativity in game and simulation development," said Emergent CEO Geoffrey Selzer.

"The significant transformation of the Gamebryo core and our vibrant partner community has given birth to the industry's most powerful and flexible game development environment. Nothing else allows developers to as easily and smoothly create in any genre on multiple platforms."

Gamebryo 2.5 offers cross-platform support for the PC (DirectX®9), Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Emergent said that during the next year it will announce multiple releases based on the new core - including art tools and pluggable integrations with more than 13 partners.

Gamebryo was used as the engine in Bethesda Softworks' The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and is also being used in its' upcoming Fallout 3 and Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning from EA.

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