An upcoming blockchain game has revealed when it will launch.
Reta Wars will be available to gamers from October 3 – and the project says it’s determined to usher in a new era of GameFi.
It is an NFT-powered “war-to-earn” strategy game, where two Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) compete strategically for revenue.
The game is all about using NFT heroes to expand territory, concoct compelling strategies with other players, and lead their faction to victory.
Each NFT hero will have the ability to produce resources on command or fight enemies in combat – and they will be a crucial part of the cleverly named “Retaverse”.
The launch of Reta Wars will be preceded by a pre-open sale for NFT heroes, which will be sold at discounted prices for one week starting September 26.
Those behind Reta Wars say they have taken great care to build a sustainable ecosystem – a marked departure from previous play-to-win games that had unsustainable tokenomics.
Reta Wars was put to the test in a beta phase, which achieved a retention rate of over 60%. Additionally, around 80% of participants had positive feedback about the game.
Based in Japan, one of gaming’s centers of excellence, Reta Wars plans to make a splash at the Tokyo Game Show, which runs from September 15-18. This event has built a reputation as one of the most famous, historic and influential gaming conferences in the world since its launch in 1996.
It has partnered with YGG Japan, the country’s largest GameFi guild, to run a series of Reta Wars sessions and promotions – educating enthusiasts on the title’s potential.
The game will initially be available in Japanese, but support for other languages will soon be unveiled as Reta Wars begins to establish a global following.
Lots of momentum
Reta Wars points to high retention rates and overwhelmingly positive feedback as proof that their product will be loved by the community.
In an announcement outlining the official launch plan, the project said, “There are many GameFi projects flooding this market, but we all know it’s still rare to be ‘finished’ with a compelling result. Especially in a bear market. in crypto like today, it’s even more difficult to carry out a big project, but we had strong convictions and skills, and a clear vision.
Developers went on to criticize projects that focused too much on pre-marketing rather than actual results that benefit the people who matter most: the gamers themselves.
Backed by a solid governance system, the team behind Reta Wars says this game is just the start – and they plan to add even more games to the ecosystem in time.
Staking, combat simulators, customizable skins, a bespoke marketplace, and an expansion plan are all set to be unveiled by the end of this year, meaning there will never be a shortage of new content and features that players are looking forward to.
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