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American developer Linden Lab shared a first look at what the mobile format will be like Second Lifewhich is currently in beta but is expected to be available by the end of the year.
Second attempt to port Second Life to mobile phones
Second Life is a virtual community that appeared in 2003. The studio is not the first time trying to bring it to Cell Phonesas they explain in a video in which they share a first look at the work they do.
In this case, they started first with what they consider the most challenging, such as player avatars and landscapes, from which they shared the “first results” of their efforts, with the project currently in beta testing.
Research works with the engine Unity for its development, but the application, according to them, has little functionality, as there is still a lot of work to be done. They also explained that they would probably have to sacrifice some of the game’s graphical quality. Second Life to be able to transfer it to mobile devices.
His intention is to have the application ready by the end of the year for android And iOSand it can be used on both mobile phones and tablets.
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