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BinaryX Developing First AI-Powered VR Game on the Metaverse

BinaryX, a platform for Initial Game Offerings (IGOs) and Game-Fi, has just announced that it will be expanding into VR and Artificial Intelligence Game Content (AIGC). The company is working closely with AiGC Labs to ready the first virtual reality game to feature both VR and AIGC.

Metaverse’s First VR Game Powered by AI

With over 100k coin holders and 30k active wallets each month, BinaryX is one of the most popular BNB Chain projects. The company is teaming up with VR and AIGC partners AiGC Labs to create an innovative new subgenre of VR games based on GameFi’s foundational knowledge and technology.

Although the team has yet to reveal the game’s full specifications, they have stated that it would be set in a universe teeming with memorable characters reminiscent of those found in East Asian folktales. The game is still in development, so stay tuned to their social channels for updates on when it will be released.

This news arrives just after Apple unveiled their virtual reality headset, Apple Vision Pro, at their June 5 Worldwide Developers Conference event. The BinaryX team admitted they’d been playing around with ChatGPT and GameGPT to create interesting game mechanics, characters, and stories.

The AI models helped the development team test and iterate on concepts for the game’s universe, gameplay, and challenges.  Furthermore, the AI-powered virtual reality game developed by BinaryX and AiGC Labs isn’t the only AI-powered game they are working on.

“We are incredibly excited to unveil our latest venture into VR and AIGC technologies,” said Rudy, Head of Growth at BinaryX.

While it originally focused on game creation, BinaryX has expanded into a full-fledged GameFi platform by providing Initial Game Offering (IGO) services. By doing this, the company is allowing other companies to launch their GameFi projects on their platform and providing consumers with early access to exciting new games.