LitWorld is doing what previously seemed to be impossible. Everyone will be able to be in the main character’s shoes and live his life. It is not just great, it is… I have no words. The future is already here!
December 21, 2017
Virtual reality is one of the most discussed and relevant topics of modern society. The rapidly developing technology of VR is applied by lots of spheres and from now on, thanks to LitWorld, books are also involved. In collaboration with the author himself, the scene being 100% accurate, a story full of surprises and secrets was set.
The first VR-book is based on ‘Fayroll — More Than a Game’, an epic series by Andrey Vasiliev. It was chosen because of its popularity and its genre, relative to VR itself — LitRPG. Fayroll is the most bestselling LitRPG series in Russia, the motherland of the whole LitRPG genre. Now it is an extremely popular genre all over the world, especially in the United States.
‘Every writer wants his work to be visualized. I was lucky two times. My book will be visualized with top modern technology. LitWorld is doing what previously seemed to be impossible. Everyone will be able to be in the main character’s shoes and live his life. It is not just great, it is… I have no words. The future is already here!’ — Andrey Vasiliev, author.
LitWorld has already released a comic motion book trailer for the Fayroll series on its YouTube, revealing the main concept of the book. A form of comic motion for the book trailer was chosen intentionally. It is as original as the whole LitRPG genre itself. You may watch the whole trailer here.
LitWorld, an innovative digital publishing house, finds its destiny in translating and presenting to the world some true gems of a modern Russian literature. The last addition to LitWorld’s collection was the book ‘The Dragon Inside’ by Alex Sapegin, a highly-rated bestseller on Amazon.
To find some new information and to stay updated with the most recent news, please check LitWorld’s website: http://litworld.com.
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