New Freemium game brings cars to Metaverse

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The unique GameFi freemium project Superior is ready to enter the market this month. The game offers a futuristic metavers ecosystem for car enthusiasts suitable for both hardcore gamers and NFT collectors.

In the year 2140, car enthusiasts can enjoy fiery racing and advanced engines and assemble auto parts packaged in Cubic, encrypted in NFT format for exchange and trade.

The game will be available worldwide in the coming weeks, with its online launch event scheduled for May 15th. Along with this special event, the Overleague is giving away 10,000 Cubic worth $ 1 million to all participants. The funds will be used to reward the creators of the first car models in the metaverse.

With Overleague, the idea is to give users an exciting and quality racing blockchain game where the collectors’ individuality can be easily expressed in the metaverse.

It is a virtual car racing experience where everyone can participate in the competition. But it’s more than that. It is also about sharing your passion as a community.

A joint effort

The building of the “Overleague – The World of Motors” platform is none other than Iron Sail, known for popular titles such as My DeFi Pet, Mytheria Realm and Ark Rivals Warzone. This is a collective effort to lay the foundation for the meta-verse and help grow the blockchain gaming space to make it more accessible and sustainable for developers while minimizing the risk to investors.

By introducing the cars to the Metaverse game, Iron Sail plans to give audiences an experience far beyond the potential of any blockchain game project.

Iron Sail has partnered with Imba Studios to develop this game. Imba Studios is famous for creating high quality fun games in the mobile segment which has reached over 20 million downloads.

Other partners in this game include SUGA, a decentralized interoperable and self-optimizing blockchain infrastructure KardiaChain, and Whydah. The Vietnamese metaverse solution unit Whydah recently raised $ 25 million from Hashkey, Eternity Ventures, Bitscale, Youbi, Morningstar Ventures, Kardia Ventures, Polkastarter and more.

This news came shortly after Whydah collaborated with the best game studios: Topebox, IMBA Game, Hiker Games, Divmob, 1B Game Studio and KEIG Studio, to become the leading GameFi platform in the future.

How does it work?

As a freemium game, new players can join the game as casual players or investors by owning the OVL NFT cars for various purposes. Overleagues massive generator can generate over 5300 unique cars for all racers.

What makes this project different from others is its gaming economy. Like Rover in the Overleague, you own the metaverse tracks where you can show off your driving skills and compete with others to win the competition and earn rewards. rewards in races and special events. In addition to owning an NFT car, you can also rent it so others can race as another method of getting rich in the Overleague. If you are a car collector, you can not only show off but also earn on your valuable metaverse car collection.

To participate in the races, you must have four unique elements, including the body, rear end, wheel and engine, to create a complete car. But not all NFTs are the same, players can choose the type of parts they want to build a new car with, each with unique statistics.

Overleague also has a showroom where players and designers can show off their NFT cars. The showroom also helps you identify the parts that best fit your vehicle. By doing so, you will get appreciation and applause from the audience, which will help you win even more lucrative prizes.

In addition to letting you take part in exciting adventures in the game, there is also a DEX called Overleague Marketplace where users can trade important NFT game items. The marketplace already supports two popular wallets, MetaMask and Wallet Connect.

OVL NFTs will also be listed on the Agoran cross-chain NFT marketplace using the NFT Dual deck to help expand the exposure of car collections and even have a crossover of all of Iron Sail’s Seven World gaming projects.

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