Pixelworks technology allows the One Piece Fighting Path to advance the visual experience of mobile gaming

As a reference for mobile role-playing games (ARPGs) based on the intellectual property (IP) of manga series known in the industry. One Piece Fighting Path it has received a lot of attention since its initial release. The game received around 610,000 reviews and a rating of 4.9 / 5 in the App Store, as well as 24,000 reviews and a rating of 7.5 / 10 on TapTap, which stands out among all One Piece IP licensed mobile games. Accurate playback of the main plot of the original animation and well-designed tasks in the game’s subplot lines will allow users to enjoy a more fascinating world of One Piece with friends, and be inspired by the spirit of adventure to gain friendship. , vitality and dreams.

for games like One Piece Fighting Path, it is always difficult to repeat the original success of the original manga with a huge fan of IP. Image quality is fundamental to the most immersive gaming experience and its excellent ability to reproduce in the representation of characters and scenes in the original animation, as well as a smooth transition between frames, which determines the fluidity of the animation. However, easing the high frame rate rendering pressure of mobile gaming and reducing the impact of power consumption on the mobile device is a major hurdle that must be overcome by gaming development teams.

Introducing innovative solutions for Pixelworks’ advanced visual development serves as a bridge to building a gaming ecosystem with game content providers, game publishing and production studios, game engine platforms, and smartphone manufacturers. With the latest efforts, it is now possible to visualize mobile gaming visuals throughout the life cycle, from production to the screen. Pixelworks’ Rendering Accelerator integration allows motion vectors to be created directly from game content. Along with the Pixelworks X7 visual processor, the solution offers users two ways to optimize frame rate, both of which ensure smooth visual quality and effectively reduce power consumption. 120 fps low-power mode is designed to boost high-frame-rate gaming at high frame rates in seconds with low power consumption, and Premium Picture Quality 120 fps mode is designed to make high-frame-rate games more stable and consume less power.

“From incubation, to pre-research, to production to official launch, it took us several years to complete our development journey. One Piece Fighting Path project “. One Piece Fighting Path The game development team said: “To meet the expectations of One Piece animation fans, we’ve tried everything from storytelling to gameplay to visual display, trying to improve the gaming experience. Image quality and fluency are key to engaging users in games. Excellent visual display for mobile games supports high-quality content and high-performance devices Pixelworks’ visual display solution has found a striking balance between high-speed frame-rate gaming and power consumption. to have more time to play with the immersive and stable world. “

“It’s always a challenge to successfully recreate a wonderful IP manga,” he said Leo Shen, Chief VP, Mobile BU GM, Pixelworks. “For the gaming development team, immersive gaming scenes, smooth animation frame transitions, and rigorous shoulder-to-shoulder power management of mobile devices are the factors that contribute to a great mobile gaming experience. We’re excited to be a part of this. Travel and Pixelworks Rendering Accelerator has served as an enabler for optimizing the display of visual display from mobile game production over the lifecycle, and we hope that our partnerships will encourage and encourage content partners to adopt this compelling balance of image quality and power consumption. for games “.

About Pixelworks

Pixelworks (NASDAQ: PXLW) provides industry-leading content creation, video delivery, and screen processing solutions and technologies that enable highly authentic high-quality visual experiences on every screen, from movies to mobile phones and beyond. The company has a history of more than 20 years of providing innovations in image processing to leading providers of consumer electronics, professional display and video streaming services.

For more information, please visit the company’s website at www.pixelworks.com.

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