Gaming Giant Netmarble Unveils Upcoming Metaverse, Blockchain, and NFT Projects

The Korean gaming giant Netmarble announced on Thursday that they are planning to enter into the metaverse introducing 20 new games with 70% of the metaverse and blockchain-based games. 

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Netmarble into metaverse: 

The new game A:3 Still alive is one of them where players can buy guns with real cryptocurrency and this game is planned to be released in March.

Another new game, Everybody’s Marble-Metaworld, a sequel to the previous game. Based on “play to earn”  This game will allow its users to buy and sell buildings using non-fungible tokens and these tokens can be changed into real cash.

On Thursday,  Netmarble revealed that they are planning to release games that combine with blockchain.

“We will develop a second reality, rather than virtual reality. We are planning to release games that will allow users to gain virtual assets that can be exchanged for real money”, said billionaire founder and Netmarble’s Chairmain Bang Jun-hyuk during a press conference at the company’s headquarters in Seoul.

Talking about metahumans, they also plan to release three female idols, Hena, Lina, and Siu. These idols will play the characters of singers and dancers.

With the new CEO, Lee Seung-won, Netmarble is targeting the western market also. The global sales revenue that was 74% in 2021 is expected to cross 80% in the ongoing year.

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