The Battle Royale genre was founded by the Player Unknowns Battle Grounds MOD and popularized beyond the masses by Fortnite. In the game, you drop into a map with 100 other players and a powerful electrical sphere randomly shrink in size every few minutes, eventually forcing all players to meet on the map for the final showdown. Players start with nothing but can take risks by entering buildings during their journey in search for gear; risks being, someone might be in that house ready to wak yo face off. These games are heavily built around shooting.
Stealth games force players to use the environment to get around obstacles versus running out in the open shooting people or using highly tuned reactive skills to outplay your opponent. Most popular ones are Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, Assassin’s Creed (also was made into a movie) and the gorgeous Last Of Us.
Combining the above, what do you get? Well, let’s just say, you’d prefer to throw an alarm clock to distract some zombies than go out on a shooting spree attracting a horde to your death. Combining with web3 gaming elements, players will compete in a PvPvE world (with a heavy focus on the environment) taking risks to find mintable NFTs while being one of 3 survivors who are picked up by the rescue helicopter.
In Last Remains, you wake up to a radio message telling you the first hint of where the rescue helicopter will arrive within 30-40 minutes. For security purposes, the rescue team tips the player more direct information about where the helicopter will land.
To win the game, you need to be one of 3 survivors to get to the helicopter first. As the player works towards the rescue point, they will have the choice to take risks by going into different buildings in search of water, food, equipment, weapons, and skins. Skins mintable cosmetic NFT
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