PUBG’s Brendan Greene introduces his newest project: the metaverse game “Artemis”
Players in Artemis will be able to freely roam and create in a virtual world the same size as the Earth.
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The creator of PlayerUnkown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), Brendan Greene (known as the PlayerUnknown), unveiled his most recent creation, a metaverse game that includes NFTs. In an interview with Hit Points, the Irish video game developer presented the new game titled Artemis, an open metaverse built with blockchain technology.
Artemis will resemble an Earth-like environment where players and creators come together in a new digital economy that brings items, tokens, and in-game features. As Greene further explained, in Artemis, “hundreds of thousands of players would be able to make and play anything they liked.”
The planet-sized world will have an unprecedented number of players who will decide how they want to create their own fun: “not just battle royales or survival games, but games of all kinds of style and genre, and even things that aren’t games at all.” Artemis won’t have a clear definition as its development will depend on the players and how they choose to live, create, and play in the metaverse game.
“We’re building a digital place. That has to have an economy, and it has to have systems at work. And I do believe you should be able to extract value from a digital place; it has to be like the internet, where you can do stuff that will earn you money,”Greene said.
Since the platform is open-source, the game is adjustable by any user, and players and creators will be able to monetize through their in-game creations. However, Greene has stated that Artemis is not a profit-driven project. He believes it has to be open to anyone and aims to give users a top-notch gaming experience.
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