Traditionally, trailer is a short promotion video piece, the purpose of which is to create an impressive effect and engage its audience to own your game and experience this game themselves. That’s why here, at Nowhere Production we roughly designate our trailers into two types: cinematic and GPU.
Cinematic type consists of CG (Computer Graphics), which is created exclusively for a video to narrate a story and reveal a game’s synopsis. While on the other side, Gameplay type of trailers usually consists of captured moments of a live gameplay along with the most important points to focus on gaming features.
Moreover, we combine both of these types to create a new one – Mixed trailers. Such type of trailers would usually involve a cinematic storytelling as well as partial moments of a gameplay action. Mixed type of trailers has been extensively used throughout mobile-gaming market recently.
Regardless the type of trailer you choose, here at Nowhere Production, we believe that any trailer must have a direct connection to a game to help it’s audience better understand of what a subsequent gaming experience would be expected. That’s why we dive deep into the gameplay environment along with it’s mechanics to distinguish gaming features and details to fulfill your trailer experience.
We are proud of our commercial and TV collections made for national TV channels, web promotion videos and motion design campaigns for TV-shows. When it comes to live action videos, we collaborate with a variety of creative directors as well as production teams throughout the globe to provide our trailers with impressive visuals combined with luxurious visual effects during post-production stage.
Adaptation for local markets is a fundamental step for any successful product. Therefore, Nowhere production offers professional and budget-friendly options for any kind of videos, including template-based structuring and management for projects on a large scale.