The battle arena game Thetan Arena is currently undergoing an alpha testing phase, to test its gameplay, game modes and earning mechanics. Players needed to be whitelisted in order to join the fun, but judging by the initial reception things are very positive for the NFT-powered game.
The Vietnamese game studio Wolffun Game has seen its Thetan Arena token THG already gain almost half a million followers on Coingecko. Furthermore, the project recently launched its THG token on PancakeSwap, and it now has a value of $2.80. The initial reception of the Thetan Arena alpha seems to be positive, judging by social media posts.
Thetan Arena doesn’t have any marketplace or play-to-earn integrations yet, as the game is still under heavy development. In addition players can’t make character progress, as all in-game data will get reset after the alpha test. However, the team is handing out some rewards to the top 3 players in the leaderboard.
What is Thetan Arena, tell me more!
Thetan Arena is a multiplayer online battle arena game, which everybody will be able to play and enjoy. The game will use NFTs to give players ownership over game characters and certain items. In addition there will be two types of tokens. Players earn Thetan Coins through gameplay, and can spend this on for example NFTs. In addition there will be Thetan Gem, which serves more as a governance token.
The competitive game will launch in October in an open beta on Android, iOS and PC. Next year they will also introduce a battle royale mode, cosmetics and guilds. After that there will be guild quests, pets and token staking. Further in the future we can expect features like guild wars, co-op modes, integrated tournaments and seasonal content.
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