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Codemasters does deal for Photon Engine

Written by David Stellmack
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Exit’s technology will power upcoming MMO titles
Codemasters has completed a deal with Exit to license its Photon Engine in a multi-title deal for its upcoming MMO offerings.

The engine runs on a number of platforms, including Unity, iOS, Android and HTML 5. The first title that will be using the Photon Engine will be the upcoming F1 Online: The Game title that is currently in development.

Exit Games released a major update that includes a number of new additions and enhancements to the technology for developers to take advantage of. The Photon Engine has been tapped by a number of AAA developers for use in their titles. It has also become the platform of choice for Unity projects.


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