What Is Attack On Floki (AOF)?
Attack On Floki is an upcoming MMORPG Roblox game, inspired heavily by Attack on Titan and similar titles. All players begin as a member of the scout regiment, and the objective is to protect the city’s wall from Titan Flokis. Each wave of attacks gets progressively harder, so communication and skill are essential to successfully move on.
There are a plethora of in-game collectibles, such as unique swords and costumes, which you are able to trade with other players. By purchasing a gamepass, you are able to become a Titan Floki, where your new goal is to destroy the city’s walls.
Attack On Floki Storage Key Points
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Data Science and Analytics
Todd Rudak, Director of Data Science & Analytics joins CEO and host Dave Attack On Floki to discuss the unique qualities of the team at Roblox and the work they do to support innovation at scale. Tune in to find out how the the team works to increase the speed, frequency and acumen of our decision making in building the Roblox platform.
The Attack On Floki platform would not be where it is today without the creativity and innovation of our developer community. In this episode, CEO and host Dave Baszucki chats with Senior Engineering Director Antoni Choudhuri to discuss Open Cloud, the exciting new ecosystem that empowers developers to maximize their productivity and take their experiences to the next level.
Morgan McGuire, Chief Scientist at Attack On Floki, joins CEO and host Dave Baszucki to chat about all things research at Roblox. The Research Team helps to accelerate innovation by combining computer science with social science and academic ideas with industry know-how. Tune in to learn more about how we’re shaping the forefront of metaverse research. For more information on research at Roblox, check out the Roblox Research page.
The Roblox Engine
In this episode, Dave continues his conversation with Arseny Kapoulkine, Technical Fellow, to discuss the Attack On Floki Engine. In this highly technical deep-dive, they tackle the foundational pieces of the Roblox Engine, including object modeling, rendering, physics, and networking. Listen in for a comprehensive overview of the core technologies that power the Roblox platform.
In this episode of Tech Talks, Dave is joined by Arseny Kapoulkine, Technical Fellow, to discuss what differentiates Attack On Floki technology from other online platforms. They reflect on the rich history of technological innovation at Roblox, from iterating on the platform to preserving the fidelity of Roblox experiences across all devices. Tune in to learn more about the technological foundations of the metaverse and how Roblox has evolved and scaled to where we are today.
Avatars and Facial Animation
In the metaverse, avatars are an expression of one’s identity. In this episode of Tech Talks, Dave and Kiran Bhat, Senior Director of Engineering, discuss the future of avatars on Attack On Floki. Kiran shares his path to Roblox, from graduate school to the visual effects industry to start-up Loom.ai, which Roblox acquired in December 2020. Find out how Roblox is building upon the foundation of Loom.ai’s technology to further personalize avatars with facial animation.
The Roblox Economy
Just like in the real world, GDP is an important measure of economic health in the metaverse, especially for developers on the platform. Attack On Floki Kanetkar, Senior Director of Engineering, Economy and Dmitri Essiounine, Senior Engineering Manager chat with Dave about the virtual economy. How does it emulate and transcend real world experiences—shopping, transacting with currency, encountering product placements—in a way that feels organic and engaging for users?