As many of you may remember, Minecraft parent company Mojang Studios announced last year that it would ban NFT integration on all servers. This put a damper on the NFT space given that Minecraft-themed NFTs had formed the backbone of several very high-profile Web3 projects. The hardest hit by this decision was NFT Worldaiming for an almighty comeback in 2023.
How NFT Worlds Are Moving Forward
When the news was first announced in July 2022, NFT Worlds revealed that it may create its own platform or integrate it into the existing GameFi ecosystem. According to a recent announcement, NFT Worlds seems to have chosen both routes as it will use its gaming API to build its blockchain infrastructure. metafabwhich also builds its own underlying infrastructure.
How will NFT Worlds go mainstream in 2023 with new game engines?
– Free 2 play
– Native + web browser support
– Game feel very familiar to Minecraft
– Much better development experience than Minecraft. No more armor stands😂
– Spigot/bukkit compatible
– Over 100,000 players ready to play!
— NFT World (@nftworldsNFT) January 2, 2023
According to the latest update, NFT Worlds’ 3D Voxel Realm includes compatibility with both Spigot and Bukkit, APIs commonly used by Minecraft players. All of these developments will unfold in 2023, months after severing ties with Minecraft. D.Despite Minecraft’s big setback, NFT Worlds claims it has a dedicated fan base eager to get the game back on track as soon as the update goes live.
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Tokoni Uti has written extensively on blockchain and cryptocurrencies over the years. Her work has been featured on sites such as BTCmanager and Blockchain Reporter. She has a degree in Corporate Communications.