- Square Enix, a traditional gaming company, declares a partnership with The Sandbox.
- The company’s Dungeon Siege is back to join the metaverse game “The Sandbox.
- Players can experience custom-made aspects of the game on the platform.
Japanese entertainment conglomerate Square Enix comes back with its once-famous video game series ‘Dungeon Siege’. Square Enix plans to implement elements of Dungeon Siege into The Sandbox metaverse platform. Players will be able to construct their own Dungeon Siege experience on the metaverse.
Developed by Fallout New Vegas studio Obsidian Entertainment, Dungeon Siege was launched in 2011. Since then, there hasn’t been a new title. However, now it returns with a fresh plan to enter the metaverse.
The collaboration works with two features. The first is a Dungeon Siege LAND on Square Enix estate with interactive Role-Playing-Game (RPG) experiences. In Dungeon Siege LAND players can learn to construct Dungeons Siege adventures.
On the other hand, players can utilize Dungeon Siege voxel characters and elements to incorporate into custom-made experiences in The Sandbox. This can be possible using free VoxEdit and Game Maker creation tools.
Hideaki Uehara, the business development director at Square Enix said:
We’re looking forward to seeing Dungeon Siege come to life in The Sandbox, powered by the inspiration of RPG fans.”.
The company previously announced its concern about entering NFT-based blockchain and P2E experiences.
Square Enix is a Japanese entertainment company that develops and publishes games. It is best known for games like Dragon Quest, Final Fantasy, and Kingdom Hearts.
The Sandbox is the metaverse gaming platform from the venture capital company Animoca Brands. It allows creators to monetize voxel assets and gaming experiences on the blockchain. Recently, video game company Ubisoft also collaborated with The Sandbox.