The best platform for making games has an online storefront for decentralized tools and works with major Web3 players. Recently, we have heard a lot about games in metaverse news.
A news release from Tuesday says that Unity, the most popular game development platform, is using Web3 by adding a “decentralization” category to its online store.
As part of the toolkit, Unity is adding support for 13 different blockchain-based software developer kits (SDKs) from companies like Algorand, Aptos, Dapper Labs’ Flow blockchain, Immutable X, MetaMask, Solana, and Tezos.
Unity’s goal is to help game developers get involved with Web3 gaming, which is a growing crypto sector. Through the decentralization storefront in the Unity Asset Store, developers can use blockchain technologies like non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and the metaverse to improve game play.
MetaMask tweeted, “The gaming industry is rapidly growing, and the Web3 gaming sector is attracting significant investment. Our listing in Unity will bring Web3 values to the gaming industry. It’s a whole new era for gaming devs.”
Web3 game creators have been waiting for Unity to hit the market with its own tools, as their goods have already been optimized for the gaming engine. Joyride, a Web3 gaming platform, raised $14 million before its March 2022 launch. This money will help Unity game developers build their games. In October of the next year, ChainSafe, a blockchain infrastructure company, got about $19 million to help game developers connect their games to Unity.
Content Source: coindesk.com
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