Gensokishi Metaverse Announces LAND Ver2.0 Update


  • Gensokishi ONLINE has updated its LAND platform to version 2.0. Enables the publication of system data created in GENSO Maker via LAND Viewer.
  • Users can now publish their LAND dataenriching user experiences with interactive and visually luxurious virtual spaces.
  • The update includes the “Publishing Settings” option and future plans for entry fees and user-generated content (UGC) posting.

GENSO ONLINE has announced a significant update to the LAND platform, introducing version 2.0. This update introduces the ability to publish layout data created with GENSO Maker via LAND Vieweradding novel value and functionality for users.

The novel update allows users to optionally publish layout data for LAND. which they created in GENSO Maker, via LAND Viewer. This feature enhances the user experience by providing an interactive and visual a luxurious way to present your virtual spaces.

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Users can participate in creating their own metaverse spaces by “Create LAND” functionAdditionally, the LAND Viewer browser allows users to visit and explore EARTH created by otherspromoting social exploration and interaction within the Metaverse.

The LAND placement feature in Gensokishi Maker offers users freedom to place objects in their virtual spaceswith future plans to introduce admission fee for LAND and embedding user-generated content (UGC) objects. Even Users who do not have LAND can try these features, although with some limitations.

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Gensokishi: Introducing the New LAND Viewer and Publishing Capabilities

The Ver2.0 update includes the addition of “Publication Settings”” in the LAND Housing main menu. By selecting one of the saved data files and enabling the “Publish” option, users can share their LAND via LAND Viewer. However, this update does contain some crucial notes. Users will not be able to meet other people in real time within the published LAND. SAMPLE LAND cannot be published, and if NFT LAND tokens are bought, sold or transferred during publication, the published status remains intact.

Currently all LAND, regardless of type. INI will follow the “LAND1×1” specification in terms of number of objects, texture capacity and number of polygons. For owners “PROPERTY2×2” or “PROPERTY3×3” these specifications will be expanded in the future.

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