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2,500 Game Developers Discuss Industry’s Latest Trends in Berlin

Quo Vadis '14 is over, but the things that happened there remain.

The biggest QV so far with more than 2500 participants, including all parties and side events, could also expand their star-potential with a lot of awesome speakers and guests. 170 speakers had come to propose answers to such questions in a total of 110 lectures and workshops. Among the presentations were contributions from Amazon, Google, Sony, Microsoft, CD Projekt RED and CCP Games.

In his talk, Hilmar Veigar Pétursson, head of CCP Games, voiced his thoughts on no less than saving the world: If developers were able to shift people’s urge to consume toward the virtual domain, real resources could be conserved. This would require highly immersive game worlds which allow players to truly live out their emotions, personality and desire for self-fulfilment in the game.

Great news: Sony's Project Morpheus to be topic on Thursday!

It was one of the hottest topics in our industry over the last weeks - and now it's official: Sony will talk about Project Morpheus at Quo Vadis next week in Berlin!

Sony Computer Entertainment recently announced "Project Morpheus" - a virtual reality system that takes the PlayStation®4 system to the next level of immersion and demonstrates the future of gaming. ...


110 Sessions online! 140 Speaker registered! 170 Journalists attending! And: Great Partys Ahead!

110 Sessions online! 140 Speaker registered! Over 170 Journalists attending!

Wow, what a week!

Quo Vadis 2014 will start in a few days and we are so happy about your great feedback, thank you so much for your support!

Next week will be awesome, we are looking forward seeing you all in Berlin. And, as a very special 'Thank You' to all of our attendees, we have organized two great parties for you next week!...



Harvest Moon creator Yasuhiro Wada joins Quo Vadis 2014

Please welcome the father of the Harvest Moon series

Give a warm welcome to gaming superstar Yasuhiro Wada, the CEO of Toybox Inc. and the father of the Harvest Moon series. With over twenty years in the video games industry he started his career in 1991 at Pack in Video as producer. He will join us next Tuesday, April 8th, 4 p.m., as a speaker and do a fireside chat with Christoph Holowaty, editor in chief of Germany about his actual top seller "Hometown Story".


Get your Quo Vadis Conference Certificate!

Your proof for improving is here!

Your trip to Berlin sure is fun, no doubt about it, but does it make you smarter on the job? You can count on it – and now you can prove it! The "Certificate of Attendance" is something completely new at the Quo Vadis this year. It’s official confirmation that you were part of the conference in 2014. If you need this confirmation to get a go by your boss or your company – here it is. If you’re looking for a job and you like to have proof that you care about the game business enough to improve yourself voluntarily – here it is.

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