MetalCore Foundation has revealed a new game, the eponymous MetalCore. It joins the list of promising blockchain-based video games.
MetalCore Foundation, in conjunction with Studio 369, announced at @NFT.NYC a new blockchain-based game called MetalCore. This new NFT-powered title is a mechanized first-person combat game set in a vast, open world where players may engage in 50v50 PvP mega-fights, smaller-scale cooperative PvE combat, and faction-based open-world battles.
Another game that bets on NFTs
The NFT gaming sector is expanding at a rapid pace. With games like Axie Infinity and Mir4, it’s evident that NFT games are more than simply a way to generate money. More and more development firms are entering this sector, not only sponsoring other teams (as Ubisoft did with Axie Infinity) but generating intriguing projects that capture the interest of hundreds of millions of users searching for something more than casual games.
MetalCore marries traditional gaming with the burgeoning blockchain economy. Unlike typical free-to-play games, in which players purchase digital things with no intrinsic worth, MetalCore establishes a solid core economy and places player ownership in their hands. Because of this, everything has value: every vehicle, driver, terrain, and aircraft is an NFT. The game is based on a one-of-a-kind cryptocurrency economy that combines play-to-earn features.
MetalCore gamers will amass uncommon weaponry, cosmetic meshes, and skins, which they may use in battle and trade as NFTs in an open marketplace. Players will become landowners by completing tasks and earning prizes, allowing them to harvest resources, produce tax income, construct massive battle vehicles, hire pilots, and lead guilds in bloody turf warfare.
Although the game is still in its early phases, it is being developed by a talented team with expertise at Activision, Disney, Lucas Films, Midway, and on projects such as the MechWarrior 2 series, Mortal Kombat, and Gears of War. Stephan Martiniere, a Hugo Award-winning concept artist who worked on Magic the Gathering, Fallout, Elder Scrolls, God of War, and Sky, is also on the team.
MetalCore will hold a private alpha for chosen PC gamers in early 2022. Its first NFTs will be on sale in January 2022.