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Video Game Company Improbale Shared A Video Showing Off The M2 Tech Behind The Otherside Metaverse:

Updated: May 12

Improbale’s CEO shared a video showing off the technology that’ll be used to make the Otherside a reaility


Improbale is one of the video games companies that is working with Yuga Labs to create the Otherside.


Earlier today the company’s CEO Herman Narula shared a video highlighting the “m2 tech” that’s being used to create the highly anticipated metaverse.





“As promised: company Town Hall for ⁦ @Improbableio with m2 tech, same as we are using for otherside, Narula said. “All art placeholder. Everyone can speak in game.”


The video shows a lot of users all in a world together and speaking to one another.


Imprpobale describes the “m2 tech” theyre using as “a network of interoperable metaverses to create interconnected virtual worlds and experiences for users to socialise, play games, attend concerts, create and build value over time. Leveraging Improbable’s Morpheus technology, together with components of Web3, M² builds, operates and services new virtual worlds for other businesses in its open metaverse.”


Narula’s video comes less than a day after Yuga Labs shared a glimpse of the Otherside on social media.


“And here’s a sneak peak of the First Trip, the tech demo from @Improbableio, Othersidemeta tweeted along with a 36 second video clip. “Can’t wait to share the experience with you.”





The video begins with Curtis the ape waving to the viewer and then shows the primate running around the Otherisde.





At the halfway point of the video, Curtis jumps into some sort of vortex and is transported into a swamp next to the Bored Ape Yacht Club.





Their has been a lot of speculation around the BAYC regarding how far along the Otherside is. As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, Impropbable said that the game was already in early development.


“Otherside is going to blow people’s minds while upending decades-long ideas of what gaming is and what’s possible with open platforms,” said Herman Narula, CEO at Improbable in a press release

. “In just our early development, we’ve successfully tested over 15,000 people interacting in the same virtual space at the same time using M2 technology. Partnering with Yuga we think we are helping lay the foundation for something that will open the door to new experiences across art, entertainment, gaming, and more in a big way.”


Then Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow the Otherside and Improbable and let you know when they release new information about the upcoming metaverse.

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