Just as Metaverse is gearing up to launch in the exciting world of crypto, we are slowly starting to learn that this Play2earn playground might not be as user-friendly as we hoped.
As of right now, many of the games are still in the developmental stage. If tokens are needed to buy in-game things, it would be perhaps a good idea to own some element of those tokens before the tokens get too out of reach. I have seen tokens range from under a penny to nearly 800 dollars per token. We signed up for updates for Guild of Guardians, Ember Sword, and Big Time! We are still waiting on information for UFo gaming. Metaverse isn’t going to be cheap. Some of these games are going to be a little pricey play with player packs starting at 300 bucks. Minting characters will be another issue for some people because minting can be very expensive depending on the NFT.
As for the giant in the making, Big Time P2E, it features a lot of gaming professionals who worked on games like Overwatch, League of Legends, and WoW. The people who brought you Decentraland also brought you Big Time. We will be exploring when the games are ready to be played and their playability. Will the game be easy to enter, or will it be hard to navigate? We will also be exploring the ease of wallet implementation. Another area we will be looking into is if the play2earn is free vs something that people must pay for.
There are some perks that come with free, but there are also some issues that come with free play such as security features. Normally when games take in revenue the revenue helps to keep the game up and running. So, what exactly falls under free, and what will cost players. We also invested in a hearthstone like game called Shiryo which is yet another game we cannot wait to play. The site looks awesome and super detailed oriented for even the most confused metaverse beginner. To mint one pack of Shiryo, it will cost about 160 bucks. If you are looking to mint 20 packs, it will cost you 1 Eth. You need 6 packs to play the game. If this game is anything like Hearthstone, people will be buying packs on the side as they play.
As always, I will keep you in the know! Thanks for being a reader.