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Session Name: How to Build a 200-Person FPS in 20mins with the SpatialOS GDK for Unity (Presented by Improbable)
Speaker(s): Jessica Falk, Herman Narula, Rob Whitehead
Company Name(s): Improbable, Improbable, Improbable
Track / Format: Design

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Overview: The recently released SpatialOS Game Development Kit for Unity is a full-stack multiplayer solution that provides networking, hosting and multiplayer features to help you quickly create your online multiplayer game built with Unity using Improbable's cloud-based development platform SpatialOS.In this session Improbable's Herman Narula (CEO) and Rob Whitehead (Chief Product Officer) will be providing a technical demonstration on how to build a 200-player first-person shooter in just 20 minutes utilising the SpatialOS Game Development Kit (GDK) for Unity. Discover how it brings hosted real-time multiplayer games within everyone's reach through a full-stack solution that enables studios of all sizes to get started quickly, scale without compromise, and iterate fast with our advanced toolset.The panel will also discuss the latest cutting-edge advancements to Improbable's cloud-based game development platform, including the launch of SpatialOS Runtime v2.0 - and the revolutionary design implications of its new features, including Query-based Interest (QBI) - integrations with bespoke engines (C API), further engine GDKs and more.

GDC 2019

Jessica Falk


Herman Narula


Rob Whitehead


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