Virtual Reality Game Chainbreakers to Be Developed on Ethereum-based Decentraland
Decentraland, a virtual reality (VR) platform developed on the Ethereum blockchain, has announced the upcoming launch of Qwellcode’s new game, Chainbreakers. According to Decentraland’s official website, the blockchain-powered VR network allows users “to create, experience, and monetize content and applications.”
As described by Decentraland’s blog post, Chainbreakers is a “strategic role playing game” - which has been developed to capture a “fictional and stylized rendition of Ancient Greece.” The main theme, or story, of the VR game is based on the idea of “a corrupt, evil government” and those opposing its authoritarian regime.
Players of the VR game may choose to be part of “various opposing factions”, that “must join forces and cooperate” to defeat the elite, or “ruling class.” As the VR game’s plot unfolds, and players move from one stage to another, they “explore the entire map of Decentraland.”
Players Rewarded In Non-Fungible
One of the game's goals is to find “questing areas” - which have been "hosted on parcels and estates” located in “Genesis City.” Here, the game’s players “can free slaves” while also being able to “recruit [them] as soldiers in their armies.”
There are also parts where users “crawl dungeons in search of loot and powerful items” and then fight against the ruling class. According to Decentraland, Chainbreakers is kind of like traditional role playing games (RPGs), however, Qwellcode’s (
blockchain-based software solutions provider) developers aim to add something unique by introducing “scarce in-game items.”
In the VR game, these items are “represented” by non-fungible tokens (NFTs) - which are
crypto tokens that represent “something unique” and are “not interchangeable.” Users may receive NFT-based rewards after successfully completing in-game tasks.
Decentraland’s post goes on to explain that the Chainbreakers gameplay consists of several “dividend periods” - which usually take several days to complete. Each questing area has its own dividend period.
Players have to “strategize” by creating their own unique “squads of units” to fight against enemy armies. With experience, players are able to advance to “higher level questing areas” - which allows users to earn “better loot, and higher rewards.”
Further details regarding Decentraland’s Chainbreakers are available on its official website. As CryptoGlobe covered, a new DApp game called Tronbet was launched recently on the Tron Network and it was reportedly played over 10,000 times on the first day of its release.