REVV Motorsport, the racing game branch of Animoca Brands, has launched their own NFT collection on OpenSea. Gamers that competed in F1 Delta Time last month, have now received these racing cars. They will soon be able to use these racing cars in a new game.
For now we only have these REVV Motorsport NFTs. So far the actual game remains a bit of a mystery. Reports suggest that Animoca will release a game called eRacing 2. However, there’s no mention of this game on OpenSea. As a matter of fact, the NFT collection simply refers to Project REVV Motorsport.
The product description says that the upcoming racing game features competitive racing. In addition they mention it’s a metaverse game, suggesting some form of interoperability. The ecosystem will be cross-chain, presumably combining NFTs from Ethereum, Flow and Polygon all into one game. Similar to for example MotoGP Ignition, the new game will have elements of a collectible series, but also racing gameplay.
What is REVV Motorsport?
The REVV Motorsport ecosystem is a series on blockchain-based racing games published by Animoca Brands. These games all use the native REVV token, which they can earn through gameplay participation. They can then use the token to purchase NFTs for the games or pay entry fees for the races.
Players for example need to pay an entry fee to join in F1 Delta Time’s game modes. In addition they can stake the token and earn in-game assets that way, while NFT owners can also stake their assets. This will earn them REVV.
The ecosystem supports games on Polygon, Ethereum and supposedly – even though we don’t know how – Flow. Right now F1 Delta Time, MotoGP Ignition, Formula E, Night Driver, Fatal Run and the unannounced game are confirmed as part of the REVV ecosystem.
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