Fractal Fantasy has opened a virtual club within its metaverse, ready to welcome player avatars for events.
The Fractal Fantasy Club Simulator is said to be "an online meeting space capable of hosting virtual events and live performances" in a press release.
While no virtual events have been confirmed yet, the club is open for users to explore and enjoy the soundtrack of 34 club edits from the Fractal Fantasy core members: Zora Jones, Martyn Bootyspoon, Xzavier Stone, Zubotnik and Sinjin Hawke. You can access the Fractal Fantasy Club Simulator here. The first dates are set to be announced in the coming weeks.
The audio-visual platform and music label has created the space as a response to the need for a simple and accessible online hub for music fans and community members. Coded by one of the founders, Sinjin Hawke, the project was developed under the working title 'Sinjin Hawke's Pro Raver'.
This is the latest in a growing list of virtual event spaces. Recent examples have included a project by Seoul Community Radio, Hyperactive's BBL CLB (in which players must find an illegal party), and the Berlin-inspired Club Hölle, in 'Hitman 3'.
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