In a brand new on-line shooter WAR FIELD, gamers win cryptocurrency by enjoying the sport, because of an built-in blockchain. It would enable making video-gaming worthwhile for contributors, WAR FIELD builders declare. The alpha model of the sport is accessible for PC. The WAR FIELD staff will start the token sale of its GOLDER (GLDR) token on 28 June, providing an preliminary low cost.
WAR FIELD is a first-person on-line shooter much like the “Counter Strike” sequence.
Andrius Mironovskis, Founder and CEO of WAR FIELD, says:
We’re beginning with a shooter as a result of these video games command the biggest market share within the trade.
Because the undertaking’s staff claims, the worldwide video-gaming market cap hit greater than $116 billion in 2017, with 10-12 % annual development.
A brand new participant begins WAR FIELD with a knife and a pistol and should purchase extra gear if needed. All video games are performed on Battlegrounds, with one battleground map – a bulk provider – presently out there and extra coming quickly.
The “totally purposeful” alpha-version of the sport is already out there for PC. WAR FIELD makes use of the Unity sport engine to develop into multi-platform. The Xbox and PlayStation variations, together with a cell model will probably be added in 2019, based on the undertaking’s Highway Map.
The primary idea of WAR FIELD is leveraging blockchain to drive the in-game financial system. WAR FIELD makes use of GOLDER (GLDR) tokens which might be primarily based on the Ethereum blockchain.
Our purpose is a minimum of to create a world blockchain-driven gaming financial system that lets video avid gamers totally monetise their expertise.
Each participant “stakes” a certain quantity of GLDR and may win GLDR tokens from opponents for achievements akin to “killing” or “injuring” an opponent. Each “hit” from a bullet or different weapon causes “harm” to a participant’s character and a certain quantity of GLDR is transferred to the person who has induced the “harm”. Extra protecting gear can cut back the quantity of “harm”.