3D game engine developer Trinigy announced a partner agreement with San Francisco-based networking engine developer PX Interactive to incorporate the latter's Netdog MMO engine with Trinigy's upcoming Vision Engine 7 update.
Trinigy says the Vision Game Engine is currently used in over 80 commercial game productions ranging from real-time strategy titles to RPGs, for various platforms. Companies actively using Vision for developing their titles include Ubisoft, Take-Two Interactive, and Firefly.
Once integrated into the Vision SDK, Netdog will provide a MMO networking toolset capable of supporting millions of users to Vision customers. The network engine includes load balancing, object management, system monitoring, security, and debugging tools, which are constructed modular way, so that developers can customize the tools to meet their needs.
"Various customers have been asking us about a massive-multiplayer-online component for their Vision based titles," says Trinigy CEO and president Danie Conradie. "With PX Interactive's Netdog MMO engine, we are delighted to offer them a high performance, scalable, and easy-to-use MMO solution they can use together with the Vision Engine right away."