First look at the new game Everywhere shared at Gamescom

The studio did not address the speculations about Everywhere being an NFT game.
Build A Rocket Boy's Everywhere

Independent game development studio Build A Rocket Boy unveiled its highly anticipated multi-world gaming experience Everywhere at Gamescom Opening Night Live. The studio shared a new trailer for the upcoming game and explained it as “blending together gameplay, adventure, creativity, and discovery in a multi-world experience.”

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The trailer doesn’t reveal much about the game. It seems like Everywhere is an open-world game and the multiplayer experience appears to be at the heart of the project. According to Build A Rocket Boy President Leslie Benzies, the game is a place “where players can meet, have fun and create their own story.”

After the Gamescom Opening Night Live ended, users on social media noticed that Build a Rocket Boy has multiple open positions for a blockchain team. This information supports the speculations about Everywhere being an NFT game.

The studio did not confirm or deny the rumors yet. Announcements only mentioned the team wants Everywhere to “push the boundaries of what a video game can be.” The fans have been speculating about this mysterious game for a while. It seems that won’t end anytime soon, even after the first look.

Game Director and Build A Rocket Boy President Leslie Benzies shared a press release and talked about their vision for Everywhere.

“Our intention has always been to push the boundaries of what a video game can be while still providing an innovative player-first experience. The team we’ve built and the partners we’ve made since our inception come together around the unique vision we bring to life. It’s exciting to be a part of it and we can’t wait to reveal more about Everywhere in the coming months.”

The studio was founded by Leslie Benzies, a Grand Theft Auto developer. Build A Rocket Boy is an independent game publisher and developer.

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