NFT Worlds Announces Comeback in 2023 with Free-to-Play Elements and More
The voxel-based metaverse will be free-to-play, offering a smoother development experience than when it was first hosted on Minecraft.
Be prepared for a whole new NFT Worlds in 2023
Since the Minecraft saga in July'22, NFT Worlds has been building its own Web3 gaming infrastructure and more games to prepare for the ultimate comeback. After putting in so much effort, the team behind this metaverse is set to unveil a bigger and better NFT Worlds.
The metaverse gaming project is looking to go mainstream this year, and the team has shared a list of plans to achieve this. One of them is that the new NFT Worlds will be free to play and powered by Meta Fab, its blockchain gaming API.
NFT Worlds will also be supported on browsers, though it will still have a similar game feel to Minecraft. Its 3D voxel realm will be compatible with Spigot and Bukkit APIs, some of the commonly used plugins to extend Minecraft's multiplayer server.
To recap, NFT Worlds is a collection of 10,000 unique worlds, with more than 100 NFT gaming projects building on top of it. While player growth is essential, it is crucial to onboard more creators and builders into its ecosystem. With that in mind, NFT Worlds now claims to offer a better development experience than when it was first hosted on Minecraft. It also claims that more than 100,000 players are waiting to play when the brand-new metaverse hits the scene.
NFT Worlds was one of the popular sandbox games built on Minecraft in 2022. Players and world owners could earn $WRLD by simply playing or hosting virtual games. However, when Minecraft developer Mojang Studios placed an outright ban on NFTs, the platform had to look for an alternative.
It's been over five months since the team stopped building on Minecraft. But given the latest development with Meta Fab and more, it looks like NFT Worlds will be back in action soon.