- Moralis has announced the release of an SDK.
- This will help simplify the development of Web3 games and metaverse apps.
- The SDK will be integrated with the cross-platform Unity game engine.
Moralis announces the release of a Software Development Kit (SDK) to streamline the development of Web3 games and metaverse applications. Plugged with the leading game development environment Unity, the SDK is enabling developers to quickly add Web3 features to their metaverse applications.
The backend development platform speeds up developments by over 10x, as such more than 65,000 teams already use Moralis to support the backend of their Web3 applications. Moralis wants developers to focus on creating their dApp and abstract away infrastructure development with its Metaverse SDK, which has already been used to great success by early adopters.
Metaverse is at its peak even though the space is still at an early stage. The metaverse is what enables fans and gamers to meet online, artists to share their masterpieces, and earn for their hard work, among other uses.
Moralis is now adopting more innovation with the release of its Metaverse SDK after already having vast experience in supporting Web3 applications and blockchain projects. The SDK will be integrated with the cross-platform Unity game engine. This implies programmers can now build metaverse apps supporting all of Moralis’ chains and all-important gaming platforms, including the web, Windows, Mac, Xbox, Playstation, and others. Clearly, programmers have a lot to benefit from the use of Moralis’ SDK.
They are going to benefit from special features, such as the ability to sync all their items from Moralis-supported chains and use any wallet with WalletConnect to accelerate NFT trades in-game.
The metaverse is hotter than ever. So this is a great time for us to introduce the Moralis Metaverse SDK. The SDK comes with crucial Unity integration and puts powerful metaverse game development capabilities right at the developers’ fingertips.
“Moralis Metaverse SDK is a life-saver. The preview of the SDK we’ve used has been a very critical piece in the development of the SuperFarm ecosystem. We believe the wider ecosystem will find it incredibly valuable” added Elliot Wainman, Co-Founder of SuperFarm.
Similarly, Co-Founder of Polygon, Sandeep Nailwal states that Moralis is an amazing full-stack tool that is allowing Polygon to reach more developers and bring more use-cases to the network. He reveals that he is excited to see what developers are going to build with Moralis’s Metaverse SDK on Polygon.
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