Two Asian game developers, Shanghai-based Goldcool and Seoul-based JoyMaster Interactive, have separately licensed Emergent's Gamebryo engine for use in their respective upcoming MMOs.
Goldcool is using Gamebryo to develop its MMORPG Magic World Online II
, a followup to the studio's 2006 original game which was localized for English-speaking markets.
The sequel is set to release in North America and Europe as well, although the company did not give a release projection.
JoyMaster is employing the engine for its Howling Sword
, a free-to-play online fantasy action roleplaying game. The game is already in an open beta phase, and JoyMaster says it will be released later this year.
Both games are in development for PC.