Fun2 Studio brings Metaverse Entertainment and Taiwanese culture to the world through the games

At KaraMeta, karaoke lovers can sing to their heart’s content in luxurious surroundings.

TAIPEI, November 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The latest virtual reality technologies have completely transformed the gaming industry. Nowadays players can discover a virtual world controlled by their body movement. Fun2 Studio, a game developer and business partner of Microsoft in Taiwan, will redefine the gaming sector with advanced technologies and innovative content. Their upcoming game, KaraMeta, will be the best demonstration of how VR technologies are improving the entertainment industry.

The growth potential of augmented reality and virtual reality in the context of the global gaming market is unquestionable. According to Fortune Business Insights, the global virtual reality gaming market is set to continue growing $7.92 billion in 2021 to $53.44 billion in 2028 at a CAGR of 31.4% over the forecast period. With virtual reality acting as a game changer to improve user experience, there is a growing number of start-up companies entering the gaming sector to create immersive 3D environments for gamers around the world.

Fun2 Studio was founded in 2019 by some core team members of XPEC VR team. With a passion for games, Ian Pan, the founder and CEO of Fun2 Studio, aims to make digital games more engaging with the latest immersive technology. “I’m looking forward to VR and AR applications that offer players unique experiences,” says Ian.

Unlike traditional games that require players to be physically present in the same room, VR games encourage players to interact with each other over the internet. KaraMeta builds immersive 3D environments for karaoke lovers. It allows users to socially interact with others in the metaverse as if they were singing with their friends in the real world.

Immersive technologies are revolutionizing the way people play games. It allows game developers to create realistic images along with sounds and other sensations to provide players with an imaginary environment. Ian believes innovative content is the core element that makes a game successful.

For example her other work “Raid on Taihoku”, a survival adventure game with the background of the Second World War Taiwan, is a great success for bringing a board game to life on the computer. The PC version will be released on Steam, and the VR version will be the next step. For the design of Raid on Taihoku, Fun2 Studio works with experts to collect detailed information about the history of Taihoku Taiwan during the Japanese occupation. Through detailed game scenes and scenarios based on raid historical facts TaipeiRaid on Taihoku takes players back Taiwan in 1945. “Fun2 Studio hopes to bring more people to this forgotten history and to remember the cruelty of war,” says Ian.

Due to the small market and limited capital in the gambling industry Taiwan, Fun2 Studio, must target the global market in the future. Ian recently returned from a business trip to the Tokyo Game Show. Fun2 Studio absorbs the entrepreneurial spirit of Japanese game developers and looks forward to building a deeper connection with the Japanese game industry. In addition, Ian observed the gambling industry in Eastern Europe has been on the rise in recent years. He is especially happy to have more partners and competitors from different parts of the world Poland and the Czech Republic.

The advantages of starting a business in Taiwan is the high acceptance of different cultures and innovative technologies, emphasizes Ian. In addition to strong hardware manufacturing capabilities in Taiwan, government policy support has also created a positive environment for XR startups. With solid software and hardware integration experience, Fun2 Studio, backed by the National Development Council, aims to become the leading independent content developer in the gaming industry. “We believe in creating a Taiwanese IP so that players from all over the world can discover the culture of Taiwan Taiwan through our games,” expects Ian.

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