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BR1: Infinite Royale is a battle royale third-person shooter game on the Solana network. What sets it apart is that players are rewarded with USDC (USD Coin) for each kill they achieve in the game.
BR1: Infinite Royale offers a Free-To-Play mode, allowing players to enjoy the game without any initial cost. However, for those who wish to earn rewards within the game, it is necessary to possess an Operative NFT and pay an entry fee for each game in the Kill-To-Earn mode.
The team has decided not to launch its own token and instead plans to utilize the USDC stablecoin on the Solana network for all transactions.
Players have the opportunity to earn rewards in multiple ways within Infinite Royale:
"Battle royale games have been immensely popular in recent years, and it seems they are poised to remain so for a while. BR1: Infinite Royale appears to be a remarkably well-crafted game, setting itself apart from traditional battle royale games. I believe it has the potential to gain traction, particularly in the Play-To-Earn realm, but only time will reveal the truth."
BR1: Infinite Royale introduces a unique twist to the traditional battle royale genre. Unlike other games in this category, it does not have a timer or a set start time. Instead, players can join the game at any point and will spawn directly into the ongoing match. However, in order to spawn, players must pay an entry fee.
The game offers multiple servers with varying entry fees, allowing players to choose according to their preferences and desired rewards. As a general rule, higher entry fees result in greater rewards for players.
To cater to players who want to test the game without any financial risk, feeless servers are also available. These servers allow players to experience the gameplay and mechanics of BR1: Infinite Royale without having to pay an entry fee.
In BR1: Infinite Royale, players receive a USDC reward equivalent to 10% of the entry fee for each elimination they achieve during the game. For instance, if a player eliminates one opponent in a server with a 2 USDC entry fee, they will receive a reward of 0.20 USDC.
Players have two ways to end the game: by being eliminated or by surviving until the end. To exit the game safely and collect their rewards, players must endure for a certain duration known as the "survival clock." This clock is represented by a blue bar that gradually fills up after 10 minutes from the start of the game. Once the survival clock is full, the player can activate a 30-second countdown by pressing a designated button, which then allows them to exit the game.
However, during the countdown period, players must remain stationary and avoid taking any damage. If they sustain damage or move, the countdown will be interrupted. If a player successfully exits the game, they will receive 90% of the rewards earned compared to 85% if they were eliminated by opponents.
BR1: Infinite Royale features a single map that is specifically designed to encourage players to move towards the center. When players spawn into the game, they start at the outer edges of the map. As they progress towards the center, they will encounter higher rarity loot, providing them with a greater advantage.
Weapons and Items
In BR1: Infinite Royale, each player is equipped with an inventory where they can store weapons and easily switch between them. Throughout the map, players will discover a variety of weapons, including melee weapons, pistols, and automatic rifles. These weapons are scattered in different locations, allowing players to strategically acquire them during their gameplay. Additionally, players can also find shields that provide additional protection and enhance their chances of survival.