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Metaburst November 28th, 2023

Updated: Mar 4

We may have had a long holiday weekend, but the metaverse did not slow down! From the Migration movie making an experience in Roblox, to exciting details about the Fortnite and LEGO collaboration. It doesn’t stop there, Roblox also announced its expansion to Meta Quest VR headsets! Keep reading to learn more about the latest developments:

Experience the Migration Movie On Roblox

Illumination Entertainment, known for the Minions franchise, is releasing a new movie Migration in December. To promote the film, it is getting a spec-quack-ular Roblox experience on Livetopia. “Migration Duck Adventure” lets players take flight with their new mallard mates in an epic quest with exclusive prizes. The experience is now live so be sure to check it out!

New Details About the LEGO Fortnite Collab

Ahead of Fortnite Chapter 5, data miners have been scouring for as many details as they can get about the upcoming LEGO collaboration. Set to launch December 7, this latest update will allow players to use LEGO avatars and build an array of new structures. Leaks indicate the new game mode might take a page from Minecraft and employ procedural generation technology. Brick-by-brick, this would give players something new and unique each time they play.

Roblox Expanding to Meta VR

The Roblox empire spans multiple gaming platforms, most recently joining Playstation. Well, they’ve announced that soon they’ll be making the jump to VR. Players with a Meta Quest 2 or Quest Pro can hop into an open beta ahead of the upcoming full release. Developers will soon be able to publish their existing experiences to support VR with little to no additional coding effort required.

Once again, Roblox continues to impress with their efforts to become available on all platforms, including VR. With games like Livetopia, Roblox maintains its reputation as an attractive place to promote major film releases like Migration. In comparison, Fortnite stretches its format by borrowing the brick aesthetic of LEGO and in turn, Minecraft. It will be interesting to see how players engage with Fortnite in this way. Come back next week for more news from the ever-evolving metaverse!


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