PRESS RELEASE. August 1, Singapore – BNB Chain GameFi project ArchLoot is now set to release its second wave of NFT sales that starts on August 8th, and it chooses the same marketplace as the successful first wave on the official Binance NFT platform.
Featuring hundreds of monster body parts in the game, the second wave of the ArchLoot Mystery Box collection has 1,000 offerings in all. The time-limited sales window will be open at 11 AM UTC for 12 hours. The odds of randomly dropped NFTs match their value and rarity in the game and the holders are about to unwrap the most exclusive and astonishing experience.
Unbox Your Creative NFT Package
This collection features the rarest gadgets in the ArchLoot game, which are epic and legendary body parts for avatar assembling, each dedicated to torsos, upper limbs, lower limbs, and accessories. Brought to you in collaboration with Binance NFT, ArchLoot Mystery Boxes come in various editions: Normal (N), Rare (R), Super Rare (SR), and Super Super Rare (SSR).
Among the 1,000 mystery boxes, there are only 10 SSR parts, which equate to ‘legendary’ in the game, with the highest level of skill sets. The 40 SR parts are equipped with the best level of attributes, but no additional skills. A total of 200 R parts fall into the ‘epic’ category with great skills, while another 750 N parts master good attributes, only shy of some certain skills.
With a price of 200 BUSD, each box is bagged with another 9 body parts as an assembling material package to assist the gamer to start a journey. Buyers can choose to reveal the rarity of the box immediately after its purchase, but won’t know the exact body part they have till they are able to redeem their ticket later in August.
Interactive NFTgameplay Backed By Protocol
In the pursuit of an ideal case that embodies the concept of GameFi 2.0, ArchLoot tackles simultaneously with a quality gaming experience and an intriguing integration of the token and NFT system.
Enabled by the unique protocol EIP-4985 and BEP-129, ArchLoot provides the first interactive NFT gameplay in the industry, which enables gamers to enhance, modify and remake the properties (values) of their NFTs, with a low-cost metadata synchronization on chain. NFTs contained in all mystery boxes, despite their uncertain genes, can be everything but static jpegs. Each one of them is designed to unleash its potential for playability and user-generated content robustness.
Jonathan Ubavicious, CEO of ArchLoot, said, “An efficient and transparent digital asset solution is essential in the web3 gaming world, and in the case of ArchLoot, it is our NFT system. We aim to provide an intriguing and evolving gaming experience to all users. Mystery boxes are a great way of starting. You may come in not knowing what the contents are, but end up with an astonishing and adventurous journey.”
Besides the box itself, every buyer is on the top of the list in the game tests. A nearing Closed Beta Test will be giving them a closer look at the potential and fun of their NFTs.
Launched in 2022, ArchLoot is an NFT-based UGC game with loot-style composability and playability. Built on BNB Chain, 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 now has 40 experienced members and is currently operating across continents. The project has been expanding its network of investors and collaborations, including Binance NFT, FBG Capital, Alphabet, and YGG SEA to keep fully funded operations and deliver milestone objectives.
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