Emergent Technologies said Wednesday that it licensed its widely-used Gamebryo engine to Korean developer Gorilla Banana Entertainment, which will use the engine in the MMORPG Red Blood
It’s the latest Asian licensing deal Gamebryo has announced in recent weeks, as the engine provider is making an effort to significantly expand its business in the region.
Other Korean studios that recently struck Gamebryo licensing deals include Crossfire
developer SmileGate and Iris Online
Gorilla Banana’s MMORPG Red Blood
is a futuristic action game revolving around companies that have created an improved, genetically-altered human race. Players choose to join one of four countries.
is the first game from Seoul-based Gorilla Banana, which was founded in 2006 by former NCsoft developers who worked on the Lineage
Emergent’s Gamebryo has been used in games including Warhammer Online
, Defense Grid: The Awakening
, Divinity II
, Fallout 3
and Civilization: Revolution
. The engine has been used to developer over 200 games, according to Emergent.