The metaverse team of Shiba Inu has released the first official images of the WAGMI Temple hub.
The images were revealed during the Ryo Plaza Fireside chat earlier today. Participants expected the team to present the first concept of Ryo Plaza. On the other hand, the metaverse team surprised everyone by revealing the first official image of the WAGMI Temple.
“…we did want to travel back to WAGMI Temple and give everyone a first look at the Hub within the world!” the team noted.
It’s worth noting that the team first presented the concept for the WAGMI Temple hub in September. Shiba Inu’s metaverse team noted that the digital location’s architectural design was inspired by various cities, including Beijing’s Temple of Heaven. Surprisingly, the team transformed the hub from a concept to a reality in just three months.
Brandie Konopasek, an entertainment veteran who joined Shiba Inu’s metaverse team in September, commented on the development; @brandiekono said: “Official photo release of Wagmi! It’s been incredible to bring this from concept to reality. These are direct pulls from the environment from within the Shib metaverse.”
SHIB fans have taken to the comments section since the first look of WAGMI Temple was released to applaud the team for the beautiful design.
SHIB Metaverse Makes Use of Unreal Engine 5.1
SHIB: The Metaverse is built on Unreal Engine 5.1, according to @ShibPP, one of the top Shiba Inu influencers.
Notably, SHIBArmy members have speculated that the metaverse will be built with Unreal Engine. The project team hinted several times that SHIB: The Metaverse would be developed using Unreal Engine.
Shytoshi Kusama, Shiba Inu’s lead developer, hinted on Discord in July that SHIB: The Metaverse would look “unreal.” Still, despite several inquiries, he did not share enough details about how “unreal” the project would look. Shiba Inu revealed its Unreal Engine experience in a statement following its partnership with development studio The Third Floor, saying:
“TTF’s rapid prototyping, powered by real-time processing and creative iteration in Unreal Engine, will take ideas and looks from concepts into 3D prototypes.”
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Unreal Engine 5.1, which was released last month, is the most recent version of Unreal Engine. According to Unreal Engine developers, the version was designed with the groundbreaking feature set introduced in UE5, making it more versatile, efficient, and robust for creators in various industries.
“We’ve laid the groundwork for the Lumen dynamic global illumination and reflections system, the Nanite virtualized micro-polygon geometry system, and Virtual Shadow Maps (VSM) to support games and experiences running at 60 fps on next-gen consoles and capable PCs, enabling fast-paced competitive games and detailed simulations to run without latency,” Unreal Engine team said.