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Qualcomm Technologies and NetEase games announced on Thursday their continued collaboration to advance their mobile gaming so to bring forth with better gaming experiences for the users. This joint effort will help both the companies to make better innovation, and conduct research that will help to provide better gaming experiences at large.

Through this collaboration, we can utilize our Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile platforms and NetEase’s mobile gaming expertise to allow players to be truly immersed in console-grade mobile gaming experiences. The company is excited about the potential for this effort to transform the future of mobile gaming. – Gang Sun, vice president, sales and product marketing, Qualcomm International

The Qualcomm NetEase joint effort of both the companies is hoped to bring a development to the next mobile entertainment ecosystem. This new effort will bring more features like rich graphics with HDR, real-time shadows, global illumination that will provide with improved gaming and performance.

Hitherto, both the companies worked together in the hope to optimize NetEase’s in-house game engine, Messiah, on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800-series mobile platforms. The collaboration worked as it improved the image quality and gaming experiences making it much more realistic.

To know more about the advanced gaming; players must visit Qualcomm Technologies’ booth at ChinaJoy 2018 in Booth S101, Hall E4, Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC), within 3rd to 6th August 2018. Players can experience the hit games like 4K TV-Out of Knives Out, Chu Liu Xiang, The Soul of Hunter, Butterfly Sword, and others via their smartphones powered by Snapdragon 845.

Source: Qualcomm

Qualcomm and NetEase announced their continued partnership to advance mobile gaming