Virtual Worlds

NiftyVille Will Have 750 Player-Owned Properties

NiftyVille game map

The action-packed game world of NiftyVille will offer 750 player-owned properties, ranging from businesses to factories to real-estate. Onessus has revealed the game world on social media, but refused to spill the beans on a peninsula.

Judging by the map, NiftyVille will offer farms, villages, and a bigger city area with a park. There will also be a harbor, sandy beaches and snowy mountains. The game world consists of one big island, surrounded by various smaller islands. If the game would become a major success, we’d imagine the introduction of more island would also be an option.

NiftyVille already sold some whitelist NFTs, meant to acquire some exotic cars. However, there’s a whole lot more coming. Many describe NiftyVille as GTA on the blockchain. However, in this upcoming game players can own businesses. Everybody has their role to fulfill, and with that role comes a certain income. Native to the ecosystem will be a token, but more about those play-to-earn mechanics later.

An early version of NiftyVille will launch before the end of the year. If you want to learn how to get one of those NiftyVille properties, make sure to follow us on Twitter.

What is NiftyVille?

NiftyVille is a play-to-earn open-world MMO.  The game will offer players all kinds of opportunities for action-packed gameplay, ranging from demolition derbies to street races and zombie parties. There will be events initiated by the developers, but players can also organize their own events.

Players will be able to have their own business inside NiftyVille, and they can take on any role they desire. Players can own shops, which means they can earn NiftyCoins and the opportunity to sell exclusive NFTs. For example, buy a car dealership and you will receive exotic car NFTs available only to you.

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Robert Hoogendoorn is a gamer and blockchain enthusiast. He got in touch with crypto in 2014, but the fire really lit in 2017. Professionally he's a content optimization expert and worked for press agencies and video production companies, always with a focus on the video games & tech industry. He's a content manager and creator at heart, started the Play to Earn Online Magazine in early 2020.