AlterVerse, a gaming and world-building platform, has adopted the Enjin platform to integrate blockchain assets into 17 interconnected gaming worlds. Their first release, Disruption, is slated for Q1 2019.
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AlterVerse is designed to enable players, streamers and developers to monetize their activities via an in-game token called the Arn. In theory, AlterVerse will feature everything — immersive environments with PvP and PvE action, full farming and crafting systems, hunting and fishing and full support for virtual reality.
The first AlterVerse game, a first-person adventure RPG called Disruption, will be released on Steam in the first quarter of 2019. Disruption will feature four game modes, including Solo Raids, Alliance Raids, Adventure Quests and Battle Royale. Following that release, AlterVerse plans to add 5 Home World and Quest Levels that can be customized for game mechanics.
According to the announcement, AlterVerse will be integrating the entire list of Enjin Multiverse Items from the now 29 different titles building on the Enjin blockchain into its interconnected worlds.
“Players will be able to move between gaming worlds, using their multiverse items everywhere they go,” reads the announcement. “The form and function of the items will be determined by the game they are in, which means the items may appear differently and provide diverse abilities in every game. However, the items’ identity, history, scarcity, provenance, and ownership will be stored forever on the blockchain.”
This news comes roughly a week after Titan Flight Studios, a new video game development company, joined the Enjin ecosystem.
Titan Flight’s first title, ReBounce, an arcade-style mobile game where players bounce a ball off of a wall for as long as possible, is now available for iOS.
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