Younger gamers in particular, those from 13 to 17 years of age, have adopted metaverse-style games quicker and tend to be more interested in them than players a few years older (18 to 34). They’re also more likely to believe that they’ll spend more time in the future with metaverse games, by which we mean persistent and immersive virtual environments that overlap with the physical world, where players go not just for the game, but also to socialize, create things, and sometimes even attend events. Even younger gamers who haven’t played in the metaverse say they’ll probably do so in the future. And half of younger gamers who don’t play online games at all say they’re interested in metaverse technology.
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