The team behind the project recently released an update on the development’s progress, which includes structural changes, new designs, and a modified roadmap. The team aims to have several areas of the Metaverse accessible to users by the end of 2023, allowing them to explore, build, design, play, and develop within the digital world. The Shiba Inu team has created a new official Twitter account, @mvshib, to keep followers up-to-date on the latest news and announcements.
The team has significantly improved the development infrastructure of SHIB – The Metaverse, focusing on providing users with a more photorealistic experience. To achieve this, the team has adopted Unreal Engine 5.1, which has streamlined their workflow process and reduced the time spent on troubleshooting. The team is working on developing several tools to enhance the user experience, including the Plot Builder and the Avatar Builder.
The team also shared a sneak peek of the next Hub to be revealed, Rocket Pond, which promises to take users to new heights and offers a glimpse of the Metaverse’s expansive world. Overall, the Shiba Inu team is confident in progress made so far and believes that these changes will positively impact users.
On April 20, SHIB influencer Lucie Sasnikova wrote on Twitter:
“Why do people assume the AI will kill the Metaverse? I think it’s just a bigger step towards Metaverse perfection. With AI, you can build your place in the metaverse easier and faster. What might require basic coding, AI can do for you with simple phrase. Thanks to this, you save time and proceed easily. We humans rule everything but not the most important thing in human life: Time.“
Marcie Jastrow is an entertainment industry veteran who joined the SHIB team in May 2022. She has worked in various roles in the entertainment industry, including as an executive producer and head of content at The Virtual Reality Company (VRC), a company specializing in immersive entertainment experiences. Jastrow has also worked on several Hollywood productions, including James Cameron’s “Avatar,” and has been recognized with numerous awards for her contributions to the industry.
She said back then:
“It is quite an honor to be a part of such an amazing project. The #ShibArmy is truly one of the most robust communities out there, I am thrilled to be able to help build and construct an amazing place for the whole community to explore and call their home.“
On April 19, Jastrow shared her thoughts on the conclusion of another NAB event, expressing satisfaction with the various panels and interviews that took place. She pointed out that the Shib Metaverse has garnered much attention in Hollywood and believes that Shibarium can manage it all. She concludes by confidently addressing the Shib army community, assuring them that they have everything under control.