Aurory Is Going Cross-Platform Using SyncSpace Tech
Aurory, a Solana-based gaming ecosystem, is set to go cross-platform using in-house SyncSpace technology that will enable fiat payments and seamless cross-chain asset transferring, with the first integration set to be revealed soon.
In an effort to make sure the games are accessible to as large of an audience as possible, the team believes it’s important to go cross-platform, and when they say this, they don’t just mean cross-chain, that is, other blockchains, but also traditional platforms and stores too such as Steam, Google Play, and so on. Through this approach, the studio has a better chance of garnering a larger playerbase, one that could include many users who are not into crypto and have no idea how it works.
Since traditional platforms aren’t the most friendly bunch towards Web3 gaming, the developers need to use tech that will make it easier for their games to appear on such stores by serving as a bridge for blockchain and non-blockchain versions of their ecosystem’s titles. This is called SyncSpace, which is Aurory’s in-house inventory system that makes cross-platform integrations easier while remaining user-friendly thanks to its hybrid on-chain and off-chain approach. With this tech, you don’t need to know anything about Web3 and the like in order to enjoy games made by this studio, with purchases able to be made using a fiat solution instead of forcing users to pay in crypto.
“Millions of traditional gamers could start playing our games without knowing anything about web3, while they indirectly add buy pressure to our token by purchasing "gems" instead of $AURY - through a fiat solution.”
With this technology, players are also able to sync their assets on one blockchain and then desync and withdraw them to another chain, creating “a seamless cross-chain experience.”
Which blockchains and platforms will be supported does not seem to have been revealed yet at the time of writing, with the team wrapping up their Twitter thread by saying that the first integration is “on the horizon,” so it likely won’t be long before we get new details about this cross-platform initiative.