GameFi Project ArchLoot Provides NFT User Builder for Creative Playability
NFTs have disrupted the gaming industry with their unique benefits. It has been gaining popularity as many have welcomed the advent of play-to-earn (P2E) for considerable rewards, with also disquiet over the unwelcome intrusion of commerce into the escapist world of gaming.
Web3 games are supposed to consist of two things people crave — entertainment and the possibility of making money, with the scales not tipping to either end. Shaking work-to-earn off from play-to-earn space is undoubtedly an urgent mission for all builders.
Launched in 2022, ArchLoot intends to provide an ideal practice of blending playability and sustainability with profitability in the new era of GameFi 2.0. Using the lessons learned from play-to-earn development, the game has been balanced and enhanced, keeping the core elements of what made the P2E model attractive, while incorporating interactive NFT technology that could not be implemented in any other games before.
Bridge UGC with NFTs
ArchLoot is an adventurous RPG. User-generated content, in this case, users’ design of in-game avatars, is the heart of the game. Gamers can customize and battle with their very own monster.
Over hundreds of mix-matchable parts (all NFTs), including torso, head, upper limb, lower limb, and accessories, make for endless customization options. The assembling happens in a particular “evolve” builder in the game. Here you can stretch, scale, and place these parts anywhere, and edit the color schemes anytime.
Assembling the Monster
It is worth mentioning that all NFT parts have different abilities, and collectible rare ones will particularly feature special attributes. Enhancing, strengthening, or recombining siloed parts is highly potential to unleash unexpected skills and buff. The top-equipped monsters that contain 10 parts are completely shifted around other creatures, and they should be expected on every team.
Diverse gameplay, including PVE, PVP, and Clan Wars, blend an evolving challenging paradigm with P2E. In a creation-friendly community, gamers will be spearheading their gameplay preferences, including self-defined maps, cosmetics, and much more.
New Technology Born for GameFi
Limited by the flexibility of technology, user-initiated change is a long-held problem in current NFT games. When the metadata of an NFT exists in a “once written, immutable for life” manner, its value is actually pushed up by the interdiction between in-game content and the underlying data registry. Here comes ArchLoot.
The game provides a land of creative freedom that allows instant user modification of in-game NFTs. Using EIP-4985 and BEP-129 protocols, every piece of metadata, particularly performance and attributes, will be logged on-chain when it goes into the marketplace, which records and protects the efforts of the gamer.
More fundamentally, the new technology allows the creation of metadata in the form of numbers, which provides the possibility for NFTs to interact across different ecosystems and enriches the experience to a broader scope.
With the aim of building a robust and sustainable ecosystem, ArchLoot has now finished the game development and internal testing, marching to the next phase of blind box sale and open beta testing.
An editable, evolvable, and interoperable NFTgameplay is the inaugural exploration. Join ArchLoot now and be part of it.
Launched in 2022, ArchLoot is a UGC-P2E game. It provides the first interactive gameplay in the industry, which fully enables on-chain implementation of upgradeable characters/props NFTs and unleashes its potential for playability and user-generated content robustness. The game intends to build an ecosystem, including a great game and a creative community, that truly achieves a balance between playability, accessibility, and profitability.
Gathering talents from the world’s leading gaming publisher, blockchain projects, and financial elites, the team is currently operating across continents and is instrumental in achieving long-term success.
Published By : Bitcoin.com