- Frontier Test includes total prize money of $20,000.
- 1,000 limited-edition Gilraptor NFT cards to be available in an airdrop.
Zoids Wild NFT Arena, a blockchain trading card game presented by Z Spot and developed by Act Games, is launching a two-week beta test named Frontier Test today, where players can experience various aspects of the game for free. The Test takes place from Nov. 10 to 23, and players can still sign up for the test throughout the two-week period.
Frontier Test offers players a full-fledged experience of the game, even offering monetized portions of the game for free. Players will periodically receive a set of new cards through Inbox, which can then be used to form a deck of 30 cards required to play against other players. Players can also upgrade these cards by burning through three material cards of the same level and in-game tokens, which the players will also receive periodically through Inbox. Players can test out the game in English on Android and PC. Players will finally get to experience the fast, dynamic gameplay featuring in-depth strategy involving card combinations — elements that have been scarce in blockchain games.
Frontier Test offers prize money of $20,000 in Tether (USDT) to avid participants who partake and enjoy the game, with the rewards being assigned based on each player’s ranking and the accompanying tier.
Accompanying the test is Zoids Wild NFT Arena’s second airdrop, which consists of 1,000 limited-edition nonfungible token (NFT) cards of Gilraptor. One of the conditions for this airdrop involves Frontier Testers leaving meaningful feedback on the game, as well as the usual prerequisites involved in the airdrop.
Z Spot revealed that the Frontier Test is designed to seek and acquire valuable opinions from the participants to balance the gameplay and prepare for the grand launch.
The Zoids series encompasses substantial content that Tomy Company has been developing as original intellectual property since 1983. Zoids are a biomechanical lifeform themed on dinosaurs and animals, named by combining the two words “zoic” (pertaining to animals or living beings) and “android” (a robot with a human appearance). Zoids are real moving kit toys (assembly-type motorized toys) that are equipped with electric motors or wind-up mechanisms and move similarly to a real lifeform once assembled. For the first time in 12 years, efforts to develop “Zoids Wild,” the latest Zoids series, were initiated in 2018.
Official website: www.takaratomy.co.jp/products/zoidswild
About Zoids Wild NFT Arena
Zoids Wild NFT Arena is a blockchain trading card game incorporating units from TV Animations Zoids Wild and Zoids Wild Zero franchises as NFT cards. Zoids Wild NFT Arena allows players to purchase the NFT cards and store them on the blockchain, using them to battle against other players, like a real-life trading card game. Zoids Wild NFT Arena is an officially licensed project from Tomy Company, developed by Act Games, and will be published by Z Spot. Zoids Wild NFT Arena is set to be released in January 2023, and it will be serviced globally except for the following regions: Japan, China and Korea.
About Z Spot
Z Spot is a blockchain game publisher founded in 2022 in Singapore, specializing in publishing Web3 games. In addition, the company is a platform developer for popular Web3 projects, with many more titles on the way.
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