Canadian blockchain gaming platform behind ChainGuardians, a player-driven play-to-earn RPG game, is launching a new metaverse gaming platform, Cryptoverse. The newly launched gaming platform aims to create the ultimate metaverse that entices more adoption of blockchain gaming to the masses. The game also runs on some of the best gaming engines giving players a smooth, high-quality, and enjoyable experience while participating in the game.
Cryptoverse is a 3D virtual world built with Unreal Engine 5, one of the most advanced game engines available for blockchain games. Players in the game are able to maintain provable ownership of virtual assets such as LAND, buildings, and zones, represented as ERC-721 tokens or non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The metaverse will feature unique “social mechanics” including different social layers, in-game improvements, and assets of all kinds that players can own including avatars, vehicles, land, and buildings.
To ensure participation in the game, players are also incentivized via the CGG token, also used in ChainGuardians. The CGG token also allows players to monetize their virtual assets and it is tradable in public markets.
“The Cryptoverse is an immersive 3D virtual world built in Unreal 5 which is underpinned by blockchain technology,” Robbie Cochrane, Co-Founder of The Cryptoverse said. “Within the Cryptoverse, users will be empowered to create, own LAND, govern and monetize experiences using CGG, the token which also underpins the ChainGuardians and ChainBoost ecosystem.”
Understanding the Cryptoverse ecosystem
At its core, the Cryptoverse is composed of an archipelago of eight islands, each with unique characteristics and different qualities. Each of the islands also represents a different zone, which is built to offer players a unique aesthetic feel tailored for the specific community. Starting from some initial point, the players and inhabitants of each Zone are free to customize it to their liking, creating an organic and ever-evolving virtual world.
The islands also include a ‘center zone’, or the Hub, where all players on Cryptoverse can meet and interact. The Hub is built with a cyberpunk kind of theme and will be the melting pot for all other Zones and feature a unique, neon-infused, and fluid environment.
On the social layer, each LAND will offer maximum flexibility by leveraging NFT sharding and combination capabilities, as well as unique social engagement opportunities like the Prana system (a karma-based reputation system) and LAND clearing incentives.
Apart from the impressive gaming modes and NFT options offered on Cryptoverse, it is its technical realization that really stands out for the project. The game is built using Unreal Engine 5, a game engine that is bordering on true photo-realism, giving players a very real experience while playing the blockchain game. Cryptoverse also features virtual reality (AR), augmented reality (AR), and extended reality (XR) experiences powered by the latest technology and the top cinematic artists from world-class studios.
Additionally, the platform also caters to developers’ needs with their advanced Dual Architecture software development kits (SDKs). This allows them to implement their animations, effects, or customized assets. For the less technically savvy developers, Cryptoverse offers customizing effects without any need to code, while technically-savvy developers can use the advanced modding SDK.
Lastly, Cryptoverse is also planning the launch of pre-sale for LAND inside the Hub and other zones across the eight islands. Early participants in the pre-sale will get a 10% discount when purchasing from partner launchpads and NFT marketplaces.
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