Shared-World Survival Video Game Nightingale Gets Intel Partnership, and Will Be at The Game Awards

Upcoming shared-world survival game Nightingale will be displaying new gameplay and functions at The Game Awards next week. Designer In flexion today also announced an offer to partner with Intel, which will include at the awards show discussion.

The partnership with Intel will ultimately cause the game being optimized for Intel Arc graphics and integrate Intel Xe Super Sampling Technology (Less), which works to improve the method a video game looks. The two business cooperation will also extend to a newly-announced contest, The Ultimate Realm walker Survival Giveaway, which will award Intel reward plans, with a grand prize expose to coincide with The Game Awards.

Were clearly heading into a huge time for Nightingale. After the video game was revealed, things went naturally peaceful for a time, but the team has actually started to share some peeks inside the procedure, and both the Game Awards exposes and Intel collaboration reflect their progress.


In flexion also exposed this month in its first-ever advancement upgrade video, that Nightingale will get visual improvements using Unreal Engine 5, including enhanced lighting and International lighting using Lumen, which enhances reflections and vibrant lighting. This system is likewise behind lighting upgrades in a number of different video games, such as Mortal Online 2.

Nightingale, after a hold-up, is on track for an Early Access release on PC in the very first half of next year. For more, read the announcement of the partnership over at Nightingale.

Closed alpha has actually also just started, in a restricted play test that will eventually expand. The first group of invited testers will help the group with feedback and information on (yet unrevealed) specific gameplay. Such is the mystery of closed tests, naturally. Those interested in testing the video game during the advancement procedure can still apply. With these recent announcements, it ought to imply that more are coming, particularly now that dev update videos have shown up, and play testing is underway.