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Age of Rust Giving Away Syndicate NFT

age of rust syndicate NFT

Everybody who owns 1031 Rustbits and the Age of Rust MFT can participate in a raffle for a Syndicate NFT. Inside this NFT there’s 100 ENJ, but it’s unclear what the NFT does inside Age of Rust. At the moment of writing the Syndicate NFT has not been minted yet, or at least we can’t find it on EnjinX or in the wallets of previous winners.

Age of Rust is giving away a Syndicate NFT every Friday, as one lucky winner will receive the prize. The only requirement is that the participants own 1031 Rustbits and the Age of Rust MFT. Gamers who want to join this raffle, will currently need to pay $114 in ENJ to get the Rustbits. In addition, the MFT has a $389 price tag.

We haven’t covered Age of Rust a lot over the past months, but the high-end puzzle adventure game ended up on our radar once more when Steam banned them. SpacePirate Games is now talking to Ultra and Epic Game Store, but their game will not come to Steam. If you’re unfamiliar with the game, make sure to check out the official website.

What is Age of Rust?

Age of Rust is a single-player sci-fi adventure/puzzle game. Players will explore abandoned space stations, mysterious caverns, and ruins on far away worlds. Age of Rust offers a mix of puzzle games and light action. The game’s NFTs exist on Enjin’s Jumpnet.

Age of Rust is currently in beta and available as a free playtest version on Steam. You will need an Enjin wallet and an Age of Rust token in order to play the beta. Some of the higher-level missions and puzzles will only be available to those with the proper tokens, which can be sometimes found in-game, or purchased from the Enjin Markeplace or OpenSea.

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