The ‘Creator Studio & Creator Hub’ for customising and sharing BlueStacks-powered games was recently released in India. Mobile games created with the Cocos, Unity, and Unreal engines will be modifiable on the new platform.
The BlueStacks X app player, as well as cloud-based BlueStacks modding, are both free to use for altering mobile games. The majority of mobile gamers, according to the business, will use mods by the year 2025.
With the launch of Creator Studio and Creator Hub, the firm hopes to attract more than four billion consumers and 4.5 million content creators.
It hypothesises that tweaking mobile games will provide fresh opportunities for developing games.
In the PC gaming realm, one such game is PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), which began as a modification for Arma 3.
There are three tiers of modding complexity in BlueStacks Creator Studio and Creator Hub. The app’s first phase will let players experiment with the game’s colour scheme and try out the dark mode.
The app will enable users to customise in-game event linkages at the intermediate level.
Finally, the app’s sophisticated features will include the ability to modify 2D and 3D surface textures. You can send a link to someone else to download the modified versions.
Now.gg and the NFG platform support the BlueStacks Creator Studio and the Creator Hub.
The release of BlueStacks Creator Studio and Creator Hub was well-received last week. It has been stated by the firm that since its release, Garena Free Fire has become the most modded game overall.
So far, the ‘Running Trump’ effect has been the most popular one.
BlueStacks and now.gg founder and CEO Rosen Sharma remarked that this achievement paves the way for “endless possibilities for gamers and creators, revolutionising how we produce, share, and experience mobile gaming forever.”
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