Hi-A new company of Rez Studios’s is devoted to providing infrastructure support for live service games. The RallyHere platform markets itself as a way to provide “first-rate operations” for persistent cross-platform multiplayer games.
RallyHere was launched earlier this year, and it is already being used in Hi-Rez games like Rogue Company and Paladins.According to the company’s press statement, its “fully integrated item suite which covers all the crucial functions needed to run live service video games across multiple platforms” is available to game developers.
Hi-Since Rez’s debut game, 2010’s World Agenda, the studio has been developing live-action video games.The majority of them are still active, allowing the designer to aid smaller companies in particular who may not have the backing of a Sony or Microsoft (or those publisher’s subsidiaries) to show them the ropes of live video games.
Current Hi-Rez CEO Stewart Chisam, chief revenue officer Trevor Williams, and chief technology officer Phil Collins lead the RallyHere team. Chisam said the company provides designers with “cross-platform authentication, money making, matchmaking, and social systems.”
“We help businesses understand what goes into running live service ops video games as soon as they’re released,” he said. To quote our CEO, “Our team [has] the knowledge to turbo charge the development of live service video games while also allowing them to preserve themselves with smaller sized groups.”
The same announcement notes that developers of all sizes can benefit from using the platform. Williams claimed the company’s resources will “help studios bring their amazing video games and concepts to market,” which is a huge relief given the difficulty of developing live service video games.Add to favorites