- Free-To-Play version
- Simple mechanics
- Detailed info and good whitepaper
- Web-based (easy to try)
- Easy to learn, hard to master
- Free-To-Play version could be very limited
- Possible Pay-To-Win mechanics
Q1 - 2022
- Development of NFTs
- Website & White Paper Release
- Airdrop Campaign
- Demo Gameplay
Q2 - 2022
- Tier 1 CEX Listings
- NFT Characters & Weapons Reveal
- Free-To-Play, Play-To-Earn & Release
- BWO Staking
Q3 - 2022
- Punch Dialogs & Taunts
- Team Deathmatch Mode & Maps Makeover
- New NFT Characters & Weapons Reveal
- Partnerships With Top Tier Gaming Studios
- Battle World Mobile Application Launch (Play Store & App Store)
Q4 - 2022
- Private Battle Mode
- Launch of Battle World Metaverse
Q1 - 2023
- New Larger Maps
- Battle World NFT Map Sales
- Premium Access to Battle World Metaverse
- Battle Royale Duos Game Mode
Q2 - 2023
- Expanding Battle World
- Virtual Estate
About the Game
Battle World is a battle royale third-person shooter game, with mechanics that are very similar to Fortnite´s. The main differences are that this game is in 2.5D instead of 3D, and it includes NFT technologies to allow players to own their heroes and weapons.
Players not only have to kill the enemy players (by making their 100 health points and 100 shield points reach 0), but they must also stay in the safe zone. As with most battle royale games, the battlefield gets smaller as time passes, which avoids players being able to hide to survive and instead, forces them to be skilled and fight.
Another important element of the gameplay is the choice of starting zone. Many different elements will determine how good or bad an area is, like how close to the center of the safe zone it is, how many weapons there are, and how likely you are to find enemies there. Some areas could be the best in some regards, but at the same time, there will be the zones where it is harder to survive. The tradeoff is that the better an area is, the more enemy players there could be at the start of the match.
There are 3 game modes:
- Team Deathmatch: the last survivor of a total of 16 players will win
- Meta Tournaments: the best mode for players to earn rewards
- Private Lobby: players can create their own matches against players they invite
There are 9 different types of gun, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. For example, the shotgun is the best for close combat, but for long range attacks, it is necessary to have a sniper. Other weapons, like the bow and arrow, are harder to use, but more powerful. All this means that players must choose their guns carefully.
Every gun has the following stats:
- Magazine size
- Ammo per magazine
- Firing rate
- Speed of projectile
- Splash damage
- Damage radius
The game will have a Free-To-Play version, but if players want to earn rewards, they need to have a MetaMask wallet to buy BWO tokens, which are on the Polygon network.
This game is web-based, and therefore can be played on any PC with any OS. It also can be played on mobile devices through the app.
Total supply: 1,000,000,000
$BWO can be used to:
- Buy NFTs
- Create and upgrade weapons
- Buy a battle pass (for participating in the season league)
- Buy a hero box
- Train and upgrade NFT heroes
- Stake NFTs
To earn $BWO, players have multiple options:
- Win meta tournaments
- Win 3 matches in a row
- Kill 10 enemies in one match
- Be as high as possible on the leaderboard at the end of each month
- Lend NFT heroes and NFT weapons to other players
- Stake $BWO
- Level up
- Sell NFT weapons and NFT heroes
- Buy a battle pass and win tournaments (rewards will be higher with the battle pass)
"This game looks really fun, and one of the best things about it is the fact that developers have tried to make it stand out in the battle royale genre by adding some original mechanics like types of guns and their stats, instead of just making an exact copy of Fortnite like most battle royale game developers do.
Another great aspect of this game is that it seems to follow the “easy to learn, hard to master” formula, which is usually one of the best indicators that a game is fun and addictive.
Unfortunately, there are two major downsides. First, there is a Free-To-Play version that is completely separate from the game, which could indicate that it is very limited in comparison to the full version. Secondly, if players can buy and upgrade NFT weapons and NFT heroes, it is possible that the full version of the game will have Pay-To-Win mechanics, reducing the value of strategy and skill.
Nevertheless, you should try the Free-To-Play version and then decide if investing is a good idea or not. It feels like the Free-To-Play mode will still be fun enough to make players invest in Battle World."
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