Bravely Default makers launch Orochi 3 engine

DirectX 11, 64-bit, multiplatform engine.

Silicon Studio, the creators behind PlayStation 3’s 3D Dot Game Heroes and 3DS’s upcoming Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, has released the latest version of its all-in-one, multiplatform, made in Japan game engine Orochi.

A “highly customizable” engine, Orochi 3 supports DirectX 11 technology and 64-bit environments. It will be shown off tomorrow at the Game Tools & Middleware Forum in Osaka, Japan. Visit its official site here.

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