Develop Magazine, well known as the only European monthly print publication aimed exclusively at the development community, has just unveiled a brand new website, located here. The official report informs that it'll quickly become the only online destination for anyone involved in the creation, commissioning and management of video games.
Backed by the industry-leading print publication, developmag.com boasts the broadest range of editorial content for the games development industry, the report says, with original news and features appearing every day, alongside content from the magazine itself. Instructive tutorials will also be hosted on the website, covering all aspects of game production.
"The new Develop site is the ultimate resource for the games development industry and anyone interested in the creation of video games," says Michael French, editor, Develop. "We've a host of new features coming soon which will put even more distance between ourselves and any other website out there. This is the most exciting industry in the world, and www.developmag.com now offers everything anyone involved in games development could need."
Yes, the site is basically aimed at video game development and its respective communities, profiling studios and key creative leaders, but also allowing readers to keep themselves updated with the news attracting the most interest worldwide. Users can easily sign up in order to take advantage of the site's members-only service, which will be developed and expanded over the coming weeks, as the report reads further on. In addition, the entire print issue of Develop can be downloaded as a PDF, free of charge every month.
There are loads of other features soon to be launched, but they remain "top secret" for the time being. However, a comprehensive recruitment area will be online shortly, where users will be able to browse jobs or perform detailed searches. Check back whenever you have the time, for more information soon to be revealed.
Develop Mag - Online Portal for Everyone Involved with Game Development
Editorial content, original news and features and of course, the content from the magazine itself
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