We are excited to announce a new feature on Lootverse.com that will enhance the user experience. Users can now improve their districts, which are accessible virtually through our representation of the world. In addition, our website has several features that reflect the culture and lifestyle of the past inhabitants of Lootverse. It also mimics essential functions of Earth, such as payment and management systems, social media, and space interactions. Plus, districts created in Lootverse will be visible on the map, creating a more immersive experience.
Our first city launch is the Garden of Eden on the Isle of Talos. It will serve as a pilot destination to demonstrate the potential for future developments. The district has a paradise-like ambiance with green streets, clear rivers, breathtaking views, stunning architecture, and the highest landmark, the Tree of Life. There are also monumental sculptures, such as the Fall of Talos.
All these visual elements are combined with the infrastructure developed and tested for the last fourteen months to facilitate the natural growth of our user community. “We are replicating the entirety of Lootian processes and colonizing Lootian land with new technologies. Tomorrow, we may be able to copy Lootverse and apply it to the real world, and it will function similarly,” said James Duchenne, the CEO and Co-Founder of Loot NFT.
Explore a Real City Virtually
The district is an innovative business hub and mimics many models and structures found on Earth. Users can discover shopping centers, commercial buildings, and accommodations, but it goes beyond that. It is not like a game map where users can just fly or teleport to their destination. Duchenne explains, “Upon accessing the city, you select your desired residence. Once selected, you appear in your own unit. If you plan to attend an event nearby, you cannot fly or teleport. You must take the lift downstairs, use your car if you have one, and drive to the event.”
Despite its modern components, the Garden of Eden is likely to have some fantastical elements that are products of the creative and daring minds involved in the district’s architecture. An impressive events arena, a gigantic wavy structure and one of the city’s most eye-catching buildings, is a good example. Nikiel Sesiah, a Level Designer at Loot NFT’s design department, suggests that constructing such a facility in the real world would be nearly impossible due to modern-day construction concerns. Therefore, the building’s purpose is as awe-inspiring as its structure.
Users can attend virtual concerts at this venue remotely through our interactive map. The concerts may feature current international celebrities or celebrated artists from the past. For example, Elvis’ avatar could perform a concert featuring the King’s famous tracks, as well as some never-before-heard songs.
Users have the option to purchase tickets for the event, book a hotel room for a few days, rent a sports car to explore the roads around the city, play a live game if they have time, and even buy souvenirs before leaving. With modern technology, infrastructure, and processes, users can bring this parallel world back to life.
The Districts’ Future
Landowners in all districts developed in Lootverse can duplicate the visionary plans for the Garden of Eden. This is advantageous for users who put in time and effort to improve their properties. “I can license out the entire Garden of Eden to multiple game developers, who can build immersive gaming infrastructure by spending 80% less time and money because they don’t need to design avatars, cars, buildings, or terrain. These things are already available, and developers only need to create a narrative for where they want the characters to go, as this parallel world has a rich history. People can use this to create various experiences,” said Duchenne.
Users can purchase land in Lootverse, which acts as a license that enables them to rent or sell their assets to others. As a property owner in this or any future district, you can earn from the activities that take place in your space. The Garden of Eden, for instance, has approximately 700 units that will soon be available for sale and rent, with prices ranging from $50 to $2,000.
Stay tuned to be one of the pioneers in this unique city!