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Graham Wihlidal

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Graham Wihlidal is a Senior Rendering Engineer on the Frostbite engine team, implementing and supporting technology used in many hit games like Battlefield 4, Dragon Age: Inquisition, and Star Wars: Battlefront. Prior to Frostbite, Graham was a Senior Engineer at BioWare for many years, shipping numerous titles including the Mass Effect and Dragon Age trilogies, and Star Wars: The Old Republic. Graham is also the author of Game Engine Toolset Development, and specializes in low level optimizations, engine architecture, GPU driver implementation, and console development.

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Fortnite: Battle Royale (2018, iPhone) Designed, Developed, and Published by Epic Games
Star Wars: Battlefront II (2017, Xbox One) Special Thanks
Need for Speed: Payback (2017, Windows) Special Thanks
FIFA 18 (2017, Windows) Special Thanks
Madden NFL 18 (2017, PlayStation 4) Special Thanks
Mass Effect: Andromeda (2017, Windows) Special Thanks
Battlefield 1 (2016, Windows) Special Thanks
FIFA 17 (2016, Windows) Special Thanks
Mirror's Edge: Catalyst (2016, Windows) Rendering
Battlefield: Hardline - Betrayal (2016, Windows) Rendering
Battlefield: Hardline - Getaway (2016, Windows) Rendering
Star Wars: Battlefront (2015, Windows) Rendering
Need for Speed (2015, PlayStation 4) Rendering
Battlefield: Hardline - Robbery (2015, Windows) Rendering
Rory McIlroy PGA Tour (2015, PlayStation 4) Rendering
Battlefield: Hardline - Criminal Activity (2015, Windows) Rendering
Battlefield: Hardline (2015, Windows) Rendering
Dragon Age: Inquisition (2014, Windows) Rendering
Battlefield 4: Final Stand (2014, Windows) Rendering
Battlefield 4: Dragon's Teeth (2014, Windows) Rendering

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