Second Life Celebrates its 10th Anniversary with New Graphical Changes and More Updates

on September 27, 2013 7:16 AM

Second Life has been around for quite some time now, quietly establishing a whole ecosystem around its interactive world and gathering of players all across the globe. With the game now celebrating its 10th birthday, developer Linden Lab is marking the occasion with a slew of updates to the game that will hopefully give it, well, a “second life.”

Second Life‘s updates will include a major visual overhaul of the game’s graphics, lighting, and loading of textures and assets during gameplay, revised in-game chat and communication, easier in-game shopping, and probably most-promising of all, support for VR devices like the Oculus Rift coming in the near future.

For more on Second Life‘s new life, you can check out the trailer below in time to celebrate ten years of Linden Labs’ game:

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