Enlighten is used in Final Fantasy VII
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Enlighten is used in Final Fantasy VII
7 December, 2015
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The development team behind Final Fantasy VII Remake uses Geomerics Enlighten technology.

Square Enix is using a new lighting technology in their upcoming Final Fantasy VII REMAKE. The lighting is built with the global illumination software Enlighten, developed by the ARM-owned company, Geomerics. You can learn more about this solution on the company’s official website, plus there’s an article about it on 80.lv.

Enlighten is very advanced dynamic lighting technology, which works on a number of game development platforms. It’s integrated in Unity 5, and also has SDKs for Unreal Engine 4. Enlighten has been used in a lot of popular games, like Need for Speed: The Run, Quantum Conundrum, Battlefield Hardline and The Bureau: XCOM Declassified.

Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII full remake is poised to bring this classic game to the modern era. This latest instalment will bring a fresh feel to the highly acclaimed, iconic game with enhanced graphics and updated gameplay. The remake will use Geomerics’ award-winning global illumination technology, Enlighten, as the indirect lighting solution of choice. A trailer was released today at PlayStation Experience: The Geomerics team will continue to work closely with Square Enix throughout development to ensure the final lighting quality exceeds expectations for this highly anticipated title.

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Source: geomerics.com/enlighten

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