Intel unveils the Alchemist, a character promoting first gen Arc GPUs

Published: Sep 2nd 2021, 19:27 GMT   Comments

Intel Alchemist artwork revealed

HotHardware has an exclusive first look at Intel’s Alchemist, the character promoting the upcoming discrete gaming GPU series. 

Intel Alchemist is the codename of the first series featuring Xe-HPG gaming architecture. It refers to a fantasy character that attempted to convert metals into other mode valuable metals such as gold. This character has been part of the Dungeons and Dragons and Final Fantasy XIV series. Exclusively to HotHardware Intel revealed the artwork showing the full character that has been used in marketing materials.

Intel had also revealed the artwork for the next Arc GPU series, including Battlemage, Celestial, and Druid. Battlemage has been part of the Elder Scrolls universe. The Celestial has been used in fantasies since the 1970s, while the most recent appearance was in Marvel Eternals. The fourth character revealed is Druid, which has been used in many games such as Baldur’s Gate, Dungeons and Dragons, EverQuest II, and World of Warcraft, HotHardware notes.

Intel had revealed its multi-year roadmap with four products, three of them based on Xe-HPG architecture. Intel Druid series is not confirmed to be HPG based. The roadmap is lacking details such as the years that those products are supposed to be released.

Source: HotHardware

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