The only thing worse than having no video game trailer is having a bad video game trailer.
If a trailer doesn’t do the gameplay or graphics justice, it could do more harm than good and fail to serve its primary purpose - exciting gamers about playing.
Create hype and intrigue around your game
Build anticipation and excitement
Help gamers visualise what playing is like
“We tend to produce design-based trailers, which are driven by our motion graphics ability,” Jumbla’s Creative Director Callan Woolcock said.
One example comes from Emissary - a futuristic and intricate trailer that keeps the audience guessing about how the game’s narrative will play out.
“Emissary combines aspects of technology with abstract visuals for a sci-fi kind of vibe,” Callan said. “It also features cool transitions and interesting camera movements.
“It’s really well done and a great example of what we’re capable of as far as video game trailers are concerned.”
As a studio of gaming fanatics, Jumbla knows what a good video game trailer looks like. We also have the experience to match, having provided work for titles such as League of Legends, the Forza Motorsport 6 NASCAR expansion, Guild Wars 2, and Grey Goo.
We combine this with our knowledge of film production, animation, motion graphics, and design to create eye-popping trailers that make your audience pay attention.
We can work with you to deliver the conceptual, creative and technical assistance for novel and attention-grabbing video game trailers.
The best policy is to ask how we can add value when talking with your producer - we'll always go the extra mile to help out!
Our interconnected studios in the UK and Australia collaborate with clients all over the world in the film, TV, gaming, video production, events, marketing and advertising industries.
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