60 new Horizon regions added north of the Zindra adult continent in Second Life


Horizon-regions

According to the latest regions report 60 new Horizon regions have been added north of the Zindra adult continent in Second Life. It looks like the new Linden Project is starting to take shape and it’s worth pointing out that these new regions are all rated as Mature.

In the land description it’s apparently a sci-fi retro themed adult continent on the mainland that has community regions, information hubs and special experience regions where you can win prizes.

The new Horizon continent will be opening to the public most likely before the end of the month. Here is a sneak preview of the new Horizons regions from Shell Beach. 🙂

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If you can’t wait then teleport nearby and zoom in at full draw distance. There are many different areas including caves, forests, hubs and home areas. There is so much more to see from what I can tell.

I will look forward to sharing my thoughts and snapshots when it opens officially to the public very soon.

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4 thoughts on “60 new Horizon regions added north of the Zindra adult continent in Second Life

  1. Pingback: 60 new Horizon regions added north of the Zindra adult continent in Second Life — Daniel Voyager’s Blog | ZZ Bottom misadventures in Virtual Worlds!

    1. Daniel Voyager Post author

      There are two regions connecting Zindra to Horizons via water from what I can see on the map and in person.

      * Hoxel Beach
      * Shell Beach

      It would be nice to see more regions connected to the new Horizons regions and it would be good to see a main road to connect the continents up.

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