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Rangers Protocol: A Web3 Game Engine for All

Determined to develop towards a Web3 Engine to power up the evolving Web3 world, Rangers Protocol goes further by positioning the future version of itself primarily as a Web3 Game Engine and is glad to share with you some Rangers Protocol’s thoughts behind this.

Rangers Protocol, as an underlying blockchain infrastructure, is more than aware of the need for a powerful Web3 Engine to drive and support the Web3 world. It recently came out to be the first in the industry to give it a concrete definition.

Firmly believing that a genuine Web3 Engine should be able to provide decentralized infrastructures, data management, standardized IDEs, and comprehensive interoperability to ultimately facilitate dApp development, Rangers Protocol has set out to deliver it all — only with a more specific goal of becoming a Web3 Game Engine in the first place.

Why a Game Engine?

Rich experience with games

The gaming industry, especially the field of blockchain games, is not a virgin land for Rangers Protocol at all. Rangers Protocol has accumulated considerable experience as a decentralized, game-focused solution.

And with the help of Rangers Protocol’s incubator MixMarvel, a content incubation platform highly experienced in incubating and publishing blockchain games, Rangers Protocol is more than confident to give full play to its strong point.

Strategic top-down approach

By aiming to become a game engine in the Web3 world before anything, Rangers Protocol is strategically taking a top-down approach, as the complexity and comprehensiveness of a game engine would be easily compatible downward to support the less demanding features of NFT, music, socializing, and many more.

Taking the Web2 counterpart Unreal Engine as an example, positioned as a game engine, Unreal Engine is now providing mature services for a greater range of industries covering filmmaking, broadcasting, architecture, and beyond, with its comprehensive IDE and user-friendly developing tools, indicating a proven path to follow.

Inspiration from the best

The World Wide Web is ever-changing yet people are the same and the needs are always there. Web2 phenomenons and models can be transferable to Web3. As we have just mentioned Unreal Engine, the most powerful engine in the Web2 world, it is certainly wise for Rangers Protocol to learn from the best by taking it as a source of reference.

Unreal Engine is highlighted by its comprehensive IDE, developing tools, and learning resources, which lower the development threshold in terms of technical operation, cognition, and funds, and realize lower cost with higher efficacy. Leveraging such Web2 engine essence, Rangers Protocol can be more competent in solving the more complex Web3 problems.

In the same way that Unreal Engine has grown from a gaming engine to become a grand architecture, Rangers Protocol is aiming to become the Unreal Engine of Web3.

What’s Next?

Actions always speak louder than words. Following this goal, Rangers Protocol has been preparing for a major upgrade in all dimensions for months. A new version of Rangers Protocol with a clearer layout will meet you shortly.

Keep your expectations running high and stay tuned!

About Rangers Protocol

Rangers Protocol is a Metaverse blockchain infrastructure. It is a high-performance engine for complex development and data migration. Rangers Protocol is fully compatible with Ethereum, professionally supports NFT and complex applications, and integrates and expands cross-chain, NFT, EVM, and distributed network protocols.

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Web3 Engine infrastructure to minimize the development difficulty for Web3 developers and maximize the user experience of its Web3 applications