Creo Engine recently announced joining hands with Bloktopia, a decentralized metaverse by Polygon. The collaboration will see Creo Engine launching its virtual headquarters on Bloktopia.

In addition, the Web3 platform will also bring its Guild and GameFi partners into the metaverse. These partners are Stumble Upon Rumble, Brawl Tales, Shadow Legacy Guild, League Of Ancients, Heroes Lineage, Galaxy Survivor, Fight Of The Ages, Heroes Land, Djinn Guild, XMetaverse, Galaxy Arena, Red Shield Game, Meta Race, Haunted Space, Eizperchain, Earn Guild, Rooster Wars, and SkyMeta.

Several other Guilds and GameFi projects are actively trying to join Creo Engine. Thus, its aim to become a unifying platform for gaming scholars, players, and developers seems like an achievable outcome. Set to launch in September with an in-house game, Evermore Knights, Creo Engine has already amassed a reliable reputation in the market.



On the other hand, Bloktopia has already established a 21-level-high Skyscraper to pay homage to the 21 million BTC available. Currently, it houses several household names in the crypto community. These tier-1 crypto giants will include CoinTelegraph, CoinMarketCap, Polygon, Avalanche, Solana, and Binance NFT.

Bloktopia aims to construct a hub to connect NFT enthusiasts, Web3 projects, GameFi, and similar ventures in the metaverse. Its collaboration with Creo Engine will improve its chances of reaching the goal.

Creo Engine also released an official post to announce the partnership and share several details. The Web3 platform said the partnership would seamlessly help Creo Engine explore the metaverse.

It recently announced an Initial NFT Offering for Evermore Knights, Creo Engine’s in-house game. Similarly, the platform hosted a discord event, offering amazing rewards to users. Thus, users should keep a close eye on its social media handles to learn more about its launch and integration with other high-profile projects.