• First NFT-powered MMORPG “Beyond Earth” ready for first drop

  • The first NFT-powered MMORPG is about to open its doors to players worldwide. Called “Beyond Earth”, the game combines traditional role-playing and exploration elements with blockchain technology’s game-making mechanics.

    All characters, pets, vehicles and ships in the game are unique NFT collectibles to which players have full ownership. Expect additional action as a number of influential NFT community members have joined the Beyond Earth universe to provide players with mysterious quest lines and unique locations to visit.

    Beyond Earth is set in 2035, shortly after the evil organization known as the Illuminati took over the world in 2030 with their New World Order agenda. Five years later ushers in an alien invasion, and now there are hardly any humans left, as most have been genetically modified through nanotechnology for over a decade. The world has become the Wild West again, with scarce but coveted resources. There are countless stories waiting to be told, and countless places to explore.

    The first NFT drop, the Human Series, consists of 8,888 unique characters and will be available starting Saturday, October 9. Each character’s NFT will cost 0.08 ETH to cast. Humans are genetically enhanced creatures with the ability to amplify their senses through nanotechnology.

    After the human collectible NFT drops, many locations will open up, revealing a LORE world, followed by town updates, quest lines, crafting, pet collectible drops, land sales, market launches, and more. The demo is live and there is a demo character for anyone to test out. Here’s a sneak preview of the interior. nft square will have its own news station in the Beyond Earth world.

    Beyond Earth is represented by some of the most recognizable projects and characters in NFT space, ambassadors include; Great Ape Society, The Demon’s Kiss, tropo farmer, Miss NFT, Sir Vincent, Hewer Clan, Art & Coffee, Big Fan, MoonPills, Crypto Chicks, Bad Kids Alley, and Chibi Dinos.

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