Game engine company Trinigy has announced it will reveal the latest version of its Vision Game Engine at the upcoming Game Developers Conference 2008 in February.
The new Vision Engine features a versatile LUA-based scripting solution which integrates with Vision's vForge editing framework. Additionally, the new version adds a visibility system intended to improve performance with complex game scenes.
Trinigy says the Vision Engine has also improved support for dynamic resource streaming, and added optimizations for the engine's PlayStation 3 and Xbox360 versions.
The company lists Firefly, Take 2, Neowiz, Zed Group, Dtp Entertainment and Spellbound among its licensees, and says that more than 70 titles across a variety of genres for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are based on the Vision Engine.