Lord of Dragons is a classic 3D MMORPG that introduces NFTs, P2E mechanics, and high-quality gameplay to users around the world.
Blockchain gaming and play to earn are attracting more and more video game development studios around the world. One of the styles of games that adapts to this new style of gameplay is the Role Playing Game (RPG).
Since every item in the game can be an NFT, it’s natural for players to want to ‘actually own’ their asset. But, the implementation of the blockchain should not come at the expense of the pleasure of playing a game. Lord of Dragons understood this and wants to offer an experience combining both.
Lord of Dragons is the 4th game developed by OnFaceSotem; a subsidiary of OnFaceGames. Since 2018, OnFaceSotem has been developing and producing mobile and desktop video games with different gameplay styles. Among the many games ported by OnFaceSotem, three of them will serve as a reference for Lord of Dragons:
With this entertainment-based experience, Lord of Dragons will draw inspiration from the better features of these games to deliver high-quality content. The game will be available everywhere in the world except South Korea.
To complete, mechanics of Play to Earn as well as decentralized finance will find their place in this game. There will be NFTs, but also governance tokens to encourage a community dimension to the game.
Several elements of play to earn will be found in Lord of Dragons. First of all, the use of NFTs will be implemented, but additionally the game also has its own in-game token as well as a governance token for decisions on the direction of the project.
Lord of Dragons NFTs will be one of the central elements of the game, and will offer several advantages:
They will cover the different assets that can be found in theRPG: items, weapons, skins, consumables, lotteries, and much more! Above all, these NFTs can be obtained simply by playing the game. Having a defined supply at launch, they will also make it possible to obtain several benefits over time by remaining an active player!.
The game is free to play, downloadable, and can be finished for free. But unlike classic free-to-play, Lord of Dragons will reward players with Lord of Dragons Reward Tokens ($LORT).
In addition to serving as an economic basis for the game, the $LORT covers other aspects of the project:
It will be possible to complete 10 daily quests in order to earn these prizes as a reward for the efforts spent playing. These quests will have varying difficulties and it will be necessary to complete them to evolve his character and evolve in the game.
In addition to the $LORT tokens that will serve for the game economy, there will be the $LOGT that will serve as a governance token. This one will have a much more limited supply and will be granted in reward than to the best players.
To obtain this token, you will have to go through an exchange platform or participate in staking tokens. Winning in the game, however, will be more difficult than the $LOGT. Indeed, they have been designed to serve as a reward for the Player vs Player (PVP) as well as the ‘Siege Battle’ game mode.
Depending on the rank obtained in the ranking, the rewards in $LOGT will be more or less generous.
Developing a game takes time, and despite a solid roadmap, there’s much more to come! The first of these concerns security, an audit is underway to be sure that everything is safe for the day the NFTs will be put on sale.
Although there is not yet an announced date for an ICO or IDO, the Lord of Dragon team wants to be listed with Binance NFT within three months maximum. As soon as more information becomes available, the team will communicate it to their community as soon as possible.
In the meantime, the game continues to build. Do not hesitate to follow them on social to keep up to date with their latest news!!
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