There’s no denying that the Metaverse has piqued the interest of individuals all over the globe, so much so that its influence has seeped into a host of industries — including fashion, gaming, education, etc — over the last couple of years. To put things into perspective, recent studies estimate that the global metaverse industry will grow to a cumulative valuation of $996.42 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 39.8% over the next eight-year stretch. In a similar vein, the virtual reality (VR) market has garnered an immense amount of traction recently, especially as its use in relation to the gaming industry has grown thanks to the increased affordability of VR gear. Numerically speaking, this yet nascent sector is projected to grow from its 2022 valuation of approximately $16.7B to a sizable $227B by 2029. To this point, Victoria VR is an upcoming revolutionary blockchain-based virtual reality Metaverse powered by the highly powerful Unreal Engine. As a result of its unique infrastructure, it can deliver realistic, highly-detailed graphics while utilizing a massive multiplayer-online role-playing game (MMORPG) environment. Not only that, it also comes replete with a social experience playground designed to provide a highly immersive experience.