Learning by doing is a powerful yet simple educational concept: the best way to learn how something works is to try it out.
PetaRush, a racing game with NFT characters, positions itself as a prime example of how this can work in practice.
Designed to be friendly and welcoming to Web3 newbies, this game can be played even if players don’t have a crypto wallet or don’t understand how the blockchain works.
PetaRush also wants to reach out to people who have never owned an NFT before by giving them the opportunity to log in for free and experience the joy of opening boxes and finding collectibles.
The game itself is clear: NFT characters racing, all animals – lions, cats, doves, foxes – and presented in a cyberpunk style.
Great care has been taken to create a beautifully designed game, and the race track is inspired by Mars – with impressive visuals including dunes and volcanoes.
During the game, players do not need to worry about the direction of the opponent’s movement. Instead, it’s all about strategy – and using the right skills to reduce physical consumption and increase speed.
Drivers can also gain the upper hand by beating their opponents and taking first place in the championship, which means they will benefit from a business model based on winning.
NFT characters are known as Petas and their value can be increased through skill development, giving their performance a much-needed boost when it matters most.
Some NFT games end up like walled cities – sealed off from the outside. However, PetaRush is taking a different approach by collaborating with other NFT projects and integrating them into the game so they too can race. All this is part of the desire to offer a platform that brings together a variety of intellectual property.
One such partnership was recently signed with PhantaBear, which made a splash in the NFT sector when 10,000 2D projects were launched. All owners can now claim a brand new, unique 3D version to use in PetaRush for racing, unlocking another level of utility for their crypto collectibles.
A similar collaboration has been formed with Demi-Holim NFT, helping PetaRush create a world where collectors of various NFTs can experience the joy of collaborative racing. In addition, players can breed and create a brand new NFT from different IP addresses.
Explaining why the concept is so important, PetaRush told Cointelegraph, “The multi-chain, multi-IP NFT application is the future of Web3 gaming. Blockchain technology provides a platform for the transfer of gaming assets and IP addresses, opening up more opportunities for gaming. industry.
“PetaRush has already passed two milestones – multiple IPs and “cross-chain empowerment” – and will continue to partner with other NFT IPs and other Web3 projects to complete the Web3 gaming ecosystem.”
The project recently met with the founders and CEOs of leading Web3 companies at the TOKEN2049 event in Singapore, where PetaRush was introduced to attendees from a wide variety of industries.
Global demo tests are underway
Gamers willing to try PetaRush got a chance to try out a free demo, and those who made it to the top of the leaderboard won prizes.
These demonstrations took place around the world throughout October, with a closed beta test taking place in November.
The full version of PetaRush will be released in December, with tantalizing ideas on the horizon, including the prospect of IP hybridization. This means that NFTs from two different collections can be combined to unlock new gaming skills.
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