Age of Tanks is rumored to release a beta version and start their first public NFT sale sometime in January. Let’s take a first look at this upcoming game developed by Defination, an innovative game design studio based in Singapore.
What is Age of Tanks?
Age of Tanks is a 3D turn-based strategy card game, set in an immersive metaverse, where players can assemble their preferred tanks, build their tank teams, outwit opponents, and rule the battlefield.
Players in the game will get the title of “Champions” and own parts of Tanks that, when combined, can be used to fight and earn the in-game currency. As with all NFT-games, Players have full, trustless ownership of their assets and can trade them in the marketplace.
Defination released a first demo Gameplay back in November, 2021 and got traction within the NFT communities. Here’s the video:
The video clearly shows the basic mechanics of the game, but if you want to learn more we suggest giving a read to their Iron Clad (fun naming for the Whitepaper). You can read the Iron Clad in PDF version or keep an eye on their GitHub Iron Clad pages.
Free to Play
The developers are committed to always support Free to Play gamers in their AMAs and whitepaper.
At the start of your Age of Tanks journey, you will get a basic tank for free, which you can use to farm the game currency (Brodium). As soon as you get enough Brodium, you can start opening Warchests.
Inside Warchests, you will find the materials needed to build new tanks and progress in your journey. You will then need to pay a conversion fee with AOT tokens to build a tank out of the pieces found in warchests.
Building and trading Tanks
Tanks are the most important elements for battling opponents and earning AOT. But before you can start earning from the game, you need to battle in PVP mode.
When you start out with a free Tank, you won’t have access to PVP. You will only be able to play in PVE mode until you get enough Brodium to purchase Warchests and assemble a new tank. You will then gain access to the PVP mode.
Tanks are built out of four components:
- Hatch: The Hatch part provides Critical Hit Chance, Critical Hit Damage, and AOE damage. All hatch parts have different Weights.
- Gun: The Guns parts will determine how much base attack damage can inflict on enemy tanks. All gun parts have random bonus offensive abilities. All gun parts have different weights.
- Hull: The Hull part provides Armors and HP. All hull parts have random bonus defensive abilities. All hull parts have different weights.
- Engine: The Engine parts are perhaps the most important parts of all. The engine will determine the movement speed and attack speed of each tank, together with the maximum weight allowed from the remaining 3 parts. There will be 3 distinctive classes with a total of 6 engine types. Each engine will suit a…
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