Netmarble Overframe, Intel and Performance Optimization

Netmarble (CEO Kwon Young -sik, Do Ki -wook) announced on the 2nd that it has signed an MOU with Intel to cooperate with development technology and global marketing of 3D TPS MOBA (Jinji Store) PC game ‘Overframe’.

With this agreement, ‘Overflime’ will support Intel’s next -generation CPU and graphics card. In addition, it will show overwhelming game graphics by applying the arc graphics hardware XE Super Sampling (XESS) AI -based upscale technology known as Intel’s leading technology.

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Intel selects ‘Overframe’ as its main work in ‘Intel Software Advanced Program’ and supports marketing through its various online channels.

In addition, if you purchase the program through offline retailers and OEMs in North America and Europe, joint marketing will be carried out in about 43 global countries.

Netmarble and Intel held the MOU signing ceremony on the 29th of last month with the attendance of the two major officials.

Chung Seung -hwan, head of Netmarble, said, “We will provide new fun and experience to users by actively seeking various global marketing opportunities as well as optimizing the game performance based on Intel processors.”

Kim Joon -ho, executive director of Intel Client XPU Products and Solution Group Asia Client Account, said, “I am pleased to collaborate with Netmarble, the best game publisher and developer who has led the game market. With this partnership with Netmarble, we will continue to collaborate on Intel’s latest platform so that gamers can enjoy the best gaming experience. ”

‘Overfrime’, which is being developed by Netmarble, is a PC game that combines a third -person shooting and a MOBA genre, and is a strategic action game where the two teams destroy each other’s base. The game is designed to peak the ‘strategy’, the core of the MOBA genre, and provides TPS intuitively fast tempo battles.

‘Overframe’ is serviced through the global game distribution platform Steam and plans to introduce an early access version within the year.

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