South Korean gaming giant Netmarble launches Metaverse game

South Korean gaming giant Netmarble said on February 4 that its subsidiary Netmarble F&C is developing a sequel to the board game “Everyone’s Marble” titled “Everyone’s Marble: Metaworld”. It is understood that Netmarble’s Metaverse game will have elements that game lovers expect from virtual world games, including NFTs, digital avatars, and the ability to buy and sell virtual land. Additionally, the international version is expected to be set up in a “Play-to-Earn” mode, allowing users to earn virtual currency in fiat. Paid games are currently banned in South Korea, so its domestic version will only contain NFTs. (Blockworks)