Users of PS3 consoles may remember PlayStation Home, a social platform that moved players into a three-dimensional environment in which they could be part of a community created around the videogames of their console. PlayStation Home closed its doors in 2015, but a proposal called AviLife is willing to resuscitate and update that proposal. So much so, that its developers do not shy away from comparisons.
AviLife wants to become a platform where players can create their avatar, customize their own space, enjoy different types of mini-games, interact and share contents To do this, their managers, Flammable Studios, need 39.739 euros , which they hope to raise thanks to a crowdfunding campaign. This platform promises different spaces for its users to interact with each other, as well as enjoy different activities, such as samurai matches or kart racing. A very varied offer of contents with a clear social component.
Will AviLife be able to succeed where the Sony platform did not convince the PS3 players? AviLife will be available for PS4, Xbox One, PC and next generation platforms, as long as the project is funded.