Now, You can experience your third life ( It is currently available for beta testing.)
The Linden lab, whose head office is located in San Francisco, known as the creator of the game Second Life, is launching an open ‘Creator Beta’ for its Sansar – it a VR-ready universe simulation game.
Video games, which allow the user to do world creation and exploration of the universe, are broad in their ambitions, and they have to work more on it. A few thousand creators had received the early access (a bit lengthy creator preview) to explore 1700 worlds. It is more likely that some are better than other planets.
A social VR company AltspaceVR, which has raised a fund of approximately $15 million, had surprised its people by announcing its shutdown in 2017. Although people have not forgotten this news, The creator of second life, Linden Lab, has good management of the profitability, which will help guide the lone long-term vision for Sansar.
The creator of Second Life, the second life video game that lost its broader cultural relevance, has successfully collected many funds because the most devoted lifers have contributed money for the online simulation gaming platform. It is not limited to video games that seem accurate; many scientists, including Elon Musk, say that we may be in a computer simulation. We have also simply explained simulation theory with 3D animated videos.
Notwithstanding the VR market’s developing nature, Second life’s creator has shifted their focus to create a simulation video game Sansar which will be a unique video game.
The creator of Second Life has been making a ton of money from monetizing world creation. The Second Life video game takes a significant amount from the players to rent land in the video game. Other things are comparatively cheaper than the rent of land. But in Sansar’s case, the users will lease the land for free (for purchasing the first few numbers of worlds).
The costs start to increase when you go to the asset store to purchase the objects that will fill your world. You can customize the world in the way you want if you are a 3D designer and have free time to do it. But the others, who want the stock object like a chair in their virtual home to populate the world, can buy it by redeeming in-game coins while purchasing the product from the asset store.
The company Linden Lab has big goals of creating a video game with a vast network of the explorable world with a high degree of reality.
The company has not hesitated over several interviews to discuss the metaverses and Simulation Creationism.
In one of the interviews, Without saying too much, a copy of “Ready Player One” at the table in the conference room revealed the company’s ambitions.
The launching event is pretty much a beta product launch manifesting the future of Sansar video games. There are contrasting experiences. It provides a fantastic experience in some areas, and on the other hand, it lacks something to deliver the best experience to users.
The online simulation platform Sansar allows their users a wide path to explore the created worlds, and even the users can build their world- customize their world and add the missing things in the world. The feature of customizing the world is making this game more interactive for the users.
Linden Lab has built its customer game engine themselves, a different custom game engine built for the Second Life Video Game.
This is unique because Most VR developer companies use the existing game engine like Unreal or Unity rather than their custom game engine.
The limitations of the Sansar simulation game are quite visible at the early stage of the beta version. But Sansar allows the users to create their beautiful customized worlds in the video game. The user will have a Three-dimensional board to customize the world in the way the player wants, and the game will become dynamic by the multiplayer aspect.
It is also possible for you to toss something like a basketball in some experiences, but the controls and physics themselves have something much more to do.
In 2017, Sansar had gone live on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, and one can also enjoy a two-dimensional desktop experience on PCs.