A new Web3 game named Rabbit Hole impresses with a unique plot in which characters will fight against the lord Metazuckbot to protect Web3. It seems to be poking fun at Mark Zuckerberg’s plan for Metaverse.
In the game, Metazuckbot runs ZuckCorp, where main characters are aggressive but cute bunnies from My Pet Hooligan collection being imprisoned. After being freed, they roam the city with the former slaves of the villain, ZuckBots. ZuckBots is also an NFT collection that was released earlier this week.
Developed by animation studio AMGI Studios, Rabbit Hole is backed by famous names such as Yield Guild Games, Emfarsis, Delphi Digital, and Bitkraft Ventures. It is considered a very potential metaverse project with a team of 50 members including experienced developers, who have worked at Call of Duty and Medal of Honor, or artists and animators from Pixar and Disney.
“We are always looking for inspiration from something interesting and want to bring it into the game. Regarding the Zuckbot-related lore, it is mainly inspired by the fact that big corporations are mining our data and making the users the prey for them to profit off of. Basically, we are tapping into the ethos of what we see happening around us”, Luke Paglia, COO and producer of Rabbit Hole.
As we know, Meta’s metaverse continued to suffer a heavy loss in Q3 2022. Rabbit Hole’s NFT collection by accident was released on the same day as Meta’s earning report. While Zuckerberg believes his investment in the metaverse will pay off in the long run, he’s currently having a hard time convincing people of his plan. According to a poll of Meta employees in May, only 58% of employees understand the company’s metaverse strategy.
Rabbit Hole is expected to release in Q4 2022 or Q1 2023 on Epic Games Store.
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