The lead developer of ShibaSwap, Shytoshi Kusama announced last week that SHIB: The Metaverse will be helmed by the Hollywood studio ‘The Third Floor‘. The top studio will visualize, design, and build Shiba Inu Metaverse and immerse users into the upcoming virtual reality. Each layer of the Metaverse will contain stunning visuals that showcase innovation and every segment will be richly immersive, its blog read.
During a recent chat on the SHIB Discord, a Shiba Growth member asked Shytoshi how the Metaverse would look. Shytoshi didn’t waste much time and quickly responded that SHIB: The Metaverse will look completely unreal. He answered in all caps, “UNREAL. That’s how it will look.”
Another user jumped in asking when to expect a sneak peek of the Metaverse to which Shytoshi replied, “soon, fren.”
However, Shytoshi didn’t reveal in detail how “unreal” the upcoming Metaverse would look and just left it there. Going by the fact that The Third Floor studios have worked with Marvel and Disney, there might be truth to Shytoshi’s words that the Metaverse would truly be “unreal”.
Read here for a full list of movies, television series, video games, and commercials that The Third Floor studios have worked on.
Shiba Inu: Metaverse & The Upcoming Releases
The Shiba Inu team has several developments up its sleeves and could roll out a handful of projects this year. The upcoming releases include:
- SHIB: The Metaverse
- Shiba Inu Games
- ShibaSwap 2.0
Among all these, Shiba Inu Games might be launched in 2022 and the rest might take a little longer. Shibarium public beta testnet is scheduled to be released before September this year. Unification, the firm working behind the development of Shibarium did not confirm the release date of the Shibarium layer-2 network.
Nonetheless, all the developments could be launched before the end of 2023. We will have to wait and watch for an official confirmation from the SHIB team regarding the release dates.
At press time, Shiba Inu was trading at $0.00001067 and is up 1.6% in the 24 hours day trade. The dog-themed token is down 87.6% from its all-time high of $0.00008616, which it reached in October last year.