Indian gaming company Microgravity has been called upon by the Mayor’s Office of London to develop a unique augmented and virtual reality gaming arena in the city.
The global technology conglomerate known for blockchain-based solutions, BOTS, has invested in XR Casino, specializing in XR-powered cross-technology casino gaming.
The Boston-based independent game developer, Mystic Moose, has raised $5 million in funding and unveiled its browser-based suite of interconnected games, Planet Mojo.
The exceedingly popular mobile game, Among Us, is set to make a VR debut soon. The game’s developer, Innersloth, made the surprise announcement at the Game Awards.
The AR mobile combat game Reality Clash is partnering with Nonvoice to include the game within the dedicated 5G app portal, Nonvoice Alive.
Brelyon, is partnering with GameWorks, an esports and entertainment company, to provide its headset-less virtual reality gaming experience at GameWorks locations nationwide.
The Chinese online video platform, iQiyi, has unveiled its all-in-one virtual reality headset called the Adventure Dream as it begins to set foot in the emerging VR and metaverse markets.
One of the world’s leading AR technology companies, Niantic, has acquired Lowkey, an app that allows users to capture and share gameplay moments.
Niantic is enabling access for its Lightship Augmented Reality Developer Kit (ARDK) for developers to make creating augmented reality experiences a more straightforward process.
The Singapore-based BuzzAR has acquired The Cooking Game VR, a Facebook Oculus Spotlight virtual reality simulation game, to further its creation of the metaverse.