Mysten Labs partners with Indelve

Indelve will launch its inaugural blockchain game using Mysten Labs’ layer-1 blockchain.

Web3 infrastructure firm Mysten Labs has partnered with blockchain games studio and publisher Indelve.

Through the partnership, Indelve will leverage Mysten’s layer-1 blockchain, Sui, to launch its first blockchain game, Trantorian, a space-themed, massively multiplayer game.

Trantorian is an NFT-based, 3D exploration, battle, economic and civilization game located on the metaverse. It was developed by the founding team behind Interatica, an experimental software firm popular for delivering immersive experiences and high-impact games for its clients.

Indelve chief operating officer Sebastian Bourre said: “By leveraging both organizations’ respective strengths and technological synergies, we look forward to working together to develop innovative solutions that are both engaging and player-centric, with a shared vision for the future of blockchain technology.”

Mysten Labs’ chief executive (and contributor to the development of the Sui protocol), Evan Cheng, believes the layer-1 blockchain to be “well suited” for developers and gaming studios hoping to build high-performing games.

“Our partnership with Indelve is not only a testament to the growing interest in blockchain gaming and the appetite for exciting, grand strategy games like Trantorian, but also an indication of Sui’s scalability, user-friendly, and object-oriented architecture”, he said.

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