Perforce Takes Home Games Industry Excellence Award for Third Consecutive Year
WOKINGHAM, UK, July 28, 2016 — Perforce, the game development industry's preferred version control and collaboration solution, recently accepted the award for Best Production Tool at the annual Develop conference and exhibition in Brighton, UK. Perforce also extends congratulations to several of its customers who also took ome awards at the event. Develop, one of Europe's leading game development conferences attracted over 1800 developers from small indie shops to global game studios.
Perforce customers took home awards in 10 of the 21 categories this year including:
- New Games IP: Mobile Space Ape Games, "Rival Kingdoms"
- Use of a License or IP: CD Projekt RED, "The Witcher III: Wild Hunt"
- Visual Arts: CD Projekt RED, "The Witcher III: Wild Hunt"
- Audio Accomplishment: The Chinese Room, "Everybody's Gone to the Rapture"
- Engine: Epic Games, Unreal Engine 4
- Audio: CD Projekt RED with Side, "The Witcher III: Wild Hunt"
- Visual & Development: D3T "The Witcher III:Wild Hunt" (PS4)
- Indie Studio: CD Projekt RED
- In-House Studio: Rocksteady
- Studio of the Year: CD Projekt RED
The Develop Industry Excellence Awards program recognizes the top creators and innovators in the games development industry across the U.K. and Europe. Organized by Develop, the popular gaming industry magazine, the prestigious awards are the only peer-voted prizes in the region.
"We are honored to play an instrumental role in game development at our customers' studios. Developers and artists alike put Perforce to the test tens of millions of times per day on their path to greatness. We aim to optimize our customers' interactions with Perforce software, minimizing down time while maximizing performance and scalability," said Perforce CEO Janet Dryer.
The industry consistently chooses Perforce to enable speed and control over game development and large projects that include multiple file types of all sizes. Perforce version control software mitigates risk by giving developers compleate control over permissions, validation triggers, and file locking.