The world will provide missions based on real-world scenarios like traveling, making friends, shopping and so on, all in an effort to teach the Spanish language and culture to students at both the high school and college levels, as well as young professionals.
“3D virtual worlds provide new opportunities for education and entertainment,” said Guillermo Velasco, Business & Marketing Director of enne entertainment studios, via a company press release. “Habituales will allow users to play with other Spanish speakers, students and teachers while learning in a fun and innovative way.”
“The strength of our HeroEngine will enable enne to reduce their development time by up to 50 percent,” Neil Harris, President of Simutronics HeroEngine, added. “The time saved will allow the developers to focus their time on creating the most immersive virtual world rather than tedious development processes.”
We’ll have more information about this new take on the virtual world genre as it becomes available.