On Tuesday, November 15th, Linden Lab announced a new Mainland community initiative called Horizons. It’s been the subject of much speculation and debate since two blocks of 60 regions associated with it appeared on the main grid map for testing purposes in October. Patch Linden further stirred up interest by posting some teaser images to his Profile feed!

Picking up on the SL13B hints, I contacted the Lab with the idea of covering Horizons – not only what it is, but also how and why it came about. Patch and his team were very receptive to the idea, and as result, I had the opportunity to tour the regions ahead of the opening, and learn more about it from  Naughty Mole of the Linden Department of Public Works (LDPW).

In short, Horizons presents a new 36 region Mainland community residential environment open to Premium members. Associated with this are four identical info hubs and two community regions, together with twelve regions of open water. All of this has been built around a new, six region experience-based adventure / quest called the Horizons Experience, which is open to all residents.

As I’ve covered the gaming experience in Inside the Horizons Experience in Second Life, this article focuses solely on the residential aspect of Horizons, and the supporting info hubs and community regions…

Source: New Horizons in Second Life | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

5 thoughts on “New Horizons in Second Life | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

  1. Was there for over an hour yesterday, not on the experience area, as i don’t have any wish to play a game, but sailing and just enjoying the views.
    Is is really a lovely continent and another group of regions where one can sail naked:)

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  2. sooooo what is this experience-based adventure about? Is it open to all residence or just premium members? Inquiring minds like mine want to know 🙂


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