Unity Announces 13 Web3 Companies As Verified Solution Providers
Rejoice, web3 gaming fans! Unity have unveiled a new category in their popular Asset Store, bringing Web3 game development to the masses!
It’s a huge day for blockchain games!
Unity, one of the world’s leading real-time 3D game engines, has announced the launch of a “Decentralisation” category on the Unity Asset Store, and with it, the addition of 13 Web3 companies as Verified Solution Providers.
AIKON, Algorand, Altura, Aptos Labs, Flow, Immutable, Infura, Metamask, Nefta, Pocketful of Quarters, Solana, Tezos and Truffle have all gained official Unity approval for their SDKs, onboarding solutions, smart contract frameworks, game platforms and more.
This new “Decentralisation” category gives all game developers building on Unity access to verified tools for managing digital assets (NFTs), setting up smart contracts, building on blockchain networks, and more – opening up Web3 game development tools to hundreds of thousands of game developers around the world.
Furthermore, these Verified Solution Providers will work with Unity to ensure stability, performance and ongoing support with future core Unity updates.
Games built on Unity – including giants such as Among Us, Pokémon Go, Hearthstone and many more – collectively reach 3.9 billion monthly active users, and see 5 billion downloads per month.
Today’s announcement from Unity makes Web3 game developers a reality for millions around the world.
With the support of Unity, we’re set to see an explosion of high-quality Web3 games. Being a Verified Solution Provider for Unity is a massive check-mark – a sign that Unity have tried & tested your solutions, you can be trusted, and your tools have real value.
In the FAQs for the “Decentralisation” category, Unity acknowledges that game developers have; “explore(d) the integration of NFTs in ways that offer utility and value to players”, a powerful statement from one of gaming’s biggest voices.
We’re entering a Golden Age for Web3 games. I can’t wait to see what Unity-powered Web3 games become available across 2023 and beyond!
For the full announcement from Unity, visit their website, and to explore the “Decentralisation” category, visit the Unity Asset Store.