Ascaron and Intel Team Up to Make Sacred 2 Super Laptop Friendly


According to Ascaron Entertainment and Intel’s stats, North American PC gaming is dominated by laptops to the tune of 70% of the market, and for that reason the two have partnered up to make Sacred 2: Fallen Angel a benchmark game for mobile PC gaming moving forward.

Thanks to the partnership, Sacred 2 will be the first game equipped and optimized to take full advantage of the Intel Centrino2 mobile processor technology, enabling it to “showcase more of its powerful graphics and gameplay on the mobile platform than ever before.” In addition, several other features are being worked in to improve the laptop gaming experience, including an ad-hoc multiplayer mode for quickly creating a wireless LAN to play with friends without the need of Internet access and built-in wireless signal strength and battery life indicators for players to keep track of vital system info from within the game.

CDV, Sacred 2‘s North American publisher, has provided an overview trailer explaining the game’s mobile features and even a few comparison screenshots showing the difference between Centrino vs. Centrino2, all of which you’ll find after the break.

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