MIR4 Developer Wemade Teams Up with Metagravity to Build Web3 Games
South Korean video game developer Wemade has joined forces with Metagravity to build the next-gen metaverse.
Wemade to further cement its position in the world of blockchain games
Wemade, the developer of MIR4, has signed an MOU with London-based metaverse engine developer Metagravity. Based on the announcement, this partnership will see the duo building a unique gaming experience and a platform for people to interact with. These will also bring Wemade CEO Jang Hyun-guk's vision to life through an interconnected metaverse.
Surprisingly, the alliance comes shortly after Seoul Administrative Court ruled against the release of a play-to-earn game in January. The decision came after the court ascertained that in-game NFTs promote speculative behavior. These, however, do not seem to affect Wemade's latest Web3 ventures, as the company officially launched MIR M - the sequel to MIR 4 - on January 31st.
Wemade's crypto games are hosted on Wemix, a global blockchain gaming platform. It is powered by Wemix 3.0, a high-performance EVM protocol. Wemix 3.0 is powered by the platform's native SPoA (Stake-based Proof of Authority) consensus model, secured by 40 decentralized authority nodes. These nodes are operated by the platform's global partners and on-chain community DAO (decentralized autonomous organization). With WEMIX3.0, Wemade aims to deliver a secure and scalable solution for the Metagravity ecosystem.
As a gaming pioneer from Korea, Wemade is focused on the metaverse and NFT tech with an emphasis on personalizing the gaming experience. The company strives to transform everyday games with blockchain tech and establish its WEMIX token as a key currency in the industry.
Launched in 2021, Metagravity is a London-based deep-tech startup with a mission to build the next generation of digital worlds. By creating a strong foundation for the metaverse and leveraging its expertise in engine technologies, the company aims to keep Web3 gamers engaged and fulfilled for decades to come.