Despite being a newcomer to the field. Blockchain layer 1 network Sui has rapidly become recognized as one of the most desirable locations for Web3 game developers. A growing selection of games in various stages of development are available on Web3 platforms like Polygon, Immutable, Avalanche, and Solana.
Sui, on the other hand, stands out with its own set of technological standards and approach to on-chain assets, making it an appealing option for aspiring game developers. Sui launched its mainnet on Wednesday.
Improving the Playing Experience
as more decentralized applications (dapps) and online games are available. Sui’s ability to expand horizontally and carry out transactions in parallel. More nodes can be added to meet demand, increasing the value.
Sui’s maker, Mysten Labs, hypothesizes that game developers will be drawn to the platform’s “object-based” paradigm and support for dynamically updated NFTs.
Over 40 games are currently being developed on Sui, even though the mainnet has only recently gone live, according to Anthony Palma, Head of Gaming Partnerships at Mysten Labs.
Palma said: Our goal is to pursue great games created by excellent game developers who want to use Web3 to improve their player experience and offer more engagement and agency, not “blockchain games” or “crypto games.”
Sui is not Ethereum-compatible via the Ethereum Virtual Machine, unlike some other Web3 gaming networks, but Mysten is confident that the network’s inherent gaming appeal will draw a sizable number of players.
Compiled by Coinbold