Afterland reveals Land Utility
Owners of lands called lobbies in this multiplayer FPS will be able to create their own house featuring crafting, a scholarship system and more. Minting for the 1st edition is planned to happen sometime this month.
Developer Hymersion Studio has recently revealed land utility for Afterland, their free-to-play, play-to-earn multiplayer FPS.
In this case, lands represent customizable houses called Lobbies that will be full off different features. The Twitter thread down below shows some alpha footage of what it’ll be like to be a Lobby holder. Apart from seeing what these diverse lobbies could potentially look like, we also briefly see the building system that will allow for creating your own lobby from a top-down perspective. In a lobby, owners will be able to craft a variety of different resources, but also purchase and craft 3 different types of machines, each producing a certain kind of sellable item. Owning a lobby opens up the ability to utilize the game’s scholarship system, allowing holders to offer scholarships via custom contracts. There’s also a companion system where owners purchase companions that, when equipped, allow for holders “earn automatic rewards against other players' companions!”
The minting for these lobbies is set to take place sometime this month. For the first mint, players will be able to have a chance to get their hands on the Tiny House 1st Edition lobby, featuring 5x5 space, 4 slots of machines and 7 free slots for decoration. It also includes 1 companion slot, 2 scholar slots and a “+10% return on Token Staking”. For more information, be sure to check out the Twitter thread above, containing links to relevant sections of the game’s whitepaper.
Afterland launched in alpha last month to owners of the Alpha Pass, while a closed beta is planned to come out in Q4 this year.