Habbo Hotel’s move from Flash to Unity officially enters open beta

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When last we checked in on Habbo Hotel, it was mostly pointing to its winter event while also nodding in the direction of an upcoming open beta for its move from Flash to Unity. That open beta is now, as the multiplayer social game will first run on both platforms until the end of this year and be exclusively on Unity starting January 1st, 2021.

The new Unity client isn’t just the game’s move away from an old engine, it also allows for additional features like vaults, a new avatar leveling system, and an overall more secure and polished experience. Existing features like the game’s Marketplace and trading system will also be revamped as a result of the move. Sulake’s CEO Valtteri Karu further promises that the devs are hard at work making favorite features available in the Unity client.

Players who are looking to take a peek at the new-and-improved Habbo Hotel can get a rundown of details and an FAQ on the game’s official website.

source: press release
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