Yuga Labs: Otherside Is Waking Up And What That Means!
Yuga Labs, the company behind some of the biggest NFT projects including CryptoPunks, Bored Ape Yacht Club, Mutant Ape Yacht Club, and Meebits have just announced some exciting news for the future of one of their biggest projects.
Otherside “Waking Up”
In a new video released on their official Twitter account, Yuga Labs’ Otherside Metaverse announced that they will be “waking up,” providing the community with multiple updates on their team and project, including hints at the long-awaited second trip to the Metaverse coming soon.
In their blog post, Yuga Labs recapped the hiring of some new major players in their team, including their new CEO Daniel Alegre as well as their new Chief Gaming Officer Spencer Tucker.
The Otherside is waking up. pic.twitter.com/zIMj1ETynm
— Othersidemeta (@OthersideMeta) December 22, 2022
The team then explains that they are currently working on a number of new updates they are adding to the Otherside Metaverse game, including bringing PFPs to life as playable avatars, new “in-game building tools”, as well as players unlocking the ability to name their Otherside and manage its lore as reflected in the “Otherside atlas.”
Most excitingly, the team finally announced that their long-awaited “second-trip” to the Otherside Metaverse will be coming sometime late March of 2023.
The first-trip earlier this Summer was a massive success, seeing thousands of players joining in the Otherside’s smooth-operating Metaverse world. Because of this, the community has gained extreme excitement for the upcoming second trip.
Yuga Labs explains that in this second trip, users can look forward to a number of additions to the Metaverse, including new environments, new mechanics, as well as an even higher number of capacity for players to join and experience the world.
“Second Trip will be a huge step for Otherside and will be more gamified and high energy. The introduction of these new spaces and mechanics will make for a far richer experience, and enable the space to open much more frequently.” Yuga Labs wrote.