PvP Mech Web 3 Game ‘Call to Arms’ Now in Public Beta

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    Studio369 launches a closed beta of Call to Arms, designed by Stephan Martiniere, and releases MetalCore, a PvP mecha game powered by Web3, with a focus on fun gameplay.

    Studio 369, the game studio behind first-person shooter (FPS) MetalCore, has officially given gamers a call to arms as the team prepares for the next development of the game.

    studio 369 has confirmed the second MetalCore closed beta session “Call to Arms”. This is an invite-only playtest where early fans can see the latest game builds first-hand in an exhilarating journey. The game is currently produced by Immutable Games, the production and publishing company of Web3.

    “Call to Arms” closed beta version

    The “Call to Arms” closed beta begins February 26th at 3pm PT with 24-hour game access. Additionally, the closed beta will feature a dynamic mission system, new rewards, and daily in-game tasks with bonuses for top performers. The open environment allows players to move freely and take advantage of the opportunity to collect, craft, and upgrade weapons and mechs while deftly balancing PvE tasks with risky PvP activities.

    However, that's not all. Players can unlock even more in-game rewards and exclusive access by acquiring the MetalCore Genesis Infantry NFT, his collection of 10,000 unique and playable infantry NFTs of varying rarity. Genesis Infantry will be available for play in the next closed Beta cycle if players capture and hold it by February 29th at 3:00 PM PT.

    According to Studio 369 CEO Matt Candler, this closed beta playtest represents an important development milestone for Studio 369. This is the first opportunity to introduce players to his MetalCore economy and the deep and wide-ranging mechanics they've been building. He also stated that his mission as an experienced and proven developer is to provide highly enjoyable gameplay, along with well-designed and balanced economics. They have already received a lot of praise and positive feedback regarding MetalCore from investors and players.

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    This title, which uses Web3 components, is a hybrid Web2 free-to-play game that allows players to purchase non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Prior to this, the company released free mints for NFTs. Free-to-play players are not required to make a purchase, but are welcome to make a purchase to enhance the experience. It's pretty similar to nWay's mech-based game, Wreck League. However, unlike Wreck League, the entire mecha is an NFT, not just a part of it.

    Based on your success, the game gives you daily missions to compete through a dynamic quest system. Although this is not a full massively multiplayer online (MMO) game with dialogue trees, you can still interact with non-player characters (NPCs).

    You can own tanks, planes, and mechs. You can customize each by changing loadouts. You don't need an NFT to start playing.

    According to Candler, as you level up, you'll unlock vehicles and find blueprints around the world as part of the loop. He added that when defeating other enemies or mechs, you must scan them to retrieve their blueprints. That means you have the option to go out into the world, find the mecha blueprint you want, bring it back to your base, craft the materials, and make it into an NFT.


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