Pearl Abyss will host two conferences during the Game Developers Conference

Pearl abyssvideo game developer after PC MMORPG Black Desert Online, announced today that it will hold two conferences in the near future Game Developer Conference.

Developers looking to learn more about the development process for an open world MMORPG can join both charlas on Friday, March 23rd. Everyone present at the conferences is currently part of the Pearl Abyss team of engineers. The title of the first conference: “Black Desert Online: Take MMO Development to the Next Level” (Black Desert online: Takes the development of MMOs to the next level), will cover some of the pitfalls encountered by the development team and will explain various techniques implemented to overcome such problems.

Composers, game designers and sound professionals will also be able to meet the sound director for Black Desert online, Hwiman Ryu. He will give a talk on his vision and the experience of his team during the remasterization of the game’s soundtrack. This conference will be called “How Music is Recreated: Remastered Orchestral Soundtrack for ‘Black Desert’ ” (How the music is recreated: remastering of the orchestral soundtrack by Black Desert online). Those interested will be able to attend the conference on Friday, March 23rd.

After each session, there will be a small session with questions and answers so that assistants can dive deeper into specific topics with their questions. More details about these two posts can be found on the official site of GDC 2018.

Black Desert online is an action MMORPG that deals with an open world. The game has been launched in more than 150 countries, is available in 12 languages ​​and has over 8.5 million users worldwide. During 2018, the mobile version is off Black Desert online and the customer for video consoles.

The 2018 Game Developers Conference will take place from the 19th to the 23rd. March at Moscone Center, San Francisco, California.



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