Victoria VR to Introduce Inaugural Web3 Metaverse Experience on Apple Vision Pro

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Victoria VR, a virtual reality developer, is preparing to launch the first metaverse application on Apple’s Vision Pro platform. Apple’s venture into the virtual reality space is set to begin on February 2nd, and the Victoria VR app is slated for release in the second quarter of 2024.

Victoria VR

The Victoria VR web3 application is designed to provide users with a virtual environment inspired by the five elements of nature. It includes a map of Victoria VR Island with cardinal points and a layout adhering to Feng Shui principles. Users will also have access to a Ming Kua calculator to assist in choosing suitable locations within the virtual world. This educational game allows for customization of both interiors and exteriors and can be enjoyed in either the real world or the virtual realm of Victoria VR.

Victoria VR is known for its realistic graphics and immersive gameplay, serving as a showcase for Apple’s Vision Pro capabilities and web3 technology.

The core of the Victoria VR metaverse experience is an ongoing token-based incentive system, rewarding active users and stakeholders. By combining web3 technology with the immersive nature of virtual reality, the app aims to offer a unique experience to early Apple VR adopters.

The in-app economy of Victoria VR relies on the VR token, which incentivizes activities that enhance the virtual environment for all participants. The VR token’s launch on KuCoin’s platform saw substantial success, with over $100 million in trading volume on its first day and a 212x increase in value within the first month.

Since the token’s launch, the Victoria VR team, headquartered in Prague, has been diligently developing the metaverse application. More than 80 in-house developers have dedicated two years to this project. Following a successful alpha release, a Victoria VR CQB arena demonstration is scheduled for February 9th, with Early Access to the Metaverse planned for April.

The VR token is the primary currency within the Victoria VR digital world and extends its use to other projects affiliated with the Victoria VR brand. Users can use VR tokens to purchase items, resources, skins, wearables, and virtual lands. Notably, 50% of all revenue generated from in-game asset sales is allocated to the rewards pool, benefiting stakeholders and encouraging active participation in the metaverse.

The Apple Vision Pro, set for release on February 2nd, promises advanced eye and hand tracking interfaces, 3D video capabilities, and a suite of augmented reality applications. It aims to offer a versatile headset suitable for work, leisure, and social interactions by seamlessly integrating augmented and virtual reality experiences.

Victoria VR provides a realistic VR metaverse that allows users to own and trade virtual reality lands as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Powered by Unreal Engine, Victoria VR offers immersive entertainment, educational experiences, and opportunities within a virtual world. Victoria VR stands as the first web3 metaverse tailored for integration within the Apple Vision Pro, presenting new possibilities for users worldwide.

 

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