Not a virtual world for children, 3DChat will be the first virtual world that verifies an adult’s identity before allowing them to create an account, ensuring that the world contains people who are who they claim to be. This is accomplished via what 3DChat calls and “advanced proprietary identity verification service,” which certifies a member’s identity through sites like PayPal and eBay, among others.
3DChat as a virtual world will contain multiple activities and designed to allow adult players to interact with one another, such as grabbing a virtual drink at the game’s local pubs, hitting the dance floor at a club, heading to the beach, playing pool, or simply meeting and conversing with like-minded individuals. 3DChat is said to offer a comprehensive virtual world experience, that is all but entirely free for users to download and join. One example of a “paid” service in the game is “intimate interactions” between users.
3DChat is set to launch in full sometime this summer. While the beta is, as of now, only available to Windows users, a Mac version of the game should also be ready for launch this summer. Interested in joining the beta? Head over to the 3DChat website to sign up, or to just learn more about the world.