Bit Heroes Arena is set to release in open beta on November 16
The battle royale RPG includes the option to use a Bitverse Hero NFT and pits up to 40 players in a 2D arena featuring various fantasy enemies to fight and mini-dungeons to explore, all the while players are engulfed by a deadly storm.
Kongregate, a company known for its browser games platform, has announced that the open beta version of Bit Heroes Arena, a 2D battle royale RPG set in the Bitverse, is set to launch this month on November 16.
In this fantasy-themed blockchain title, 40 players get to battle it out on a dynamic map containing mini-dungeons to explore and various different monsters to slay, all the while a storm shrinks the playable area. Use melee and ranged weapons, such as swords and bow & arrows, as well as magic spells to come out as “the last Bit Hero standing.”
At the start of a match, players get to choose from one of 3 different weapons to be their starting weapon. Each of these weapons has their own specific skill, and during these action-packed matches, players can make light attacks but also heavy attacks by holding the light attack button longer. Over time players can improve their stats by leveling up, which can be done not only by taking down others but also by finding EXP potions throughout matches.
For more details on what to expect, check out the official announcement post here.
Owners of Bitverse Heroes will have the option to use their NFT in this open beta. A Bitverse Hero NFT can be used in any current and upcoming title part of the Bitverse, with progress made in any of such games saved to the NFT. Aside from looking unique, owning a Bitverse Hero NFT can open you up to exclusive rewards, including access to special events and more.
This marks the second game to launch in the Bitverse universe, the first one being a turn-based fantasy RPG called Bit Heroes Quest. The Bitverse was revealed earlier this year, and is inspired by Bit Heroes, a popular free MMORPG on the Kongregate platform. All Bitverse NFTs will be tradable on the Immutable X marketplace, with which Kongregate partnered for a $40 million blockchain gaming fund back in May this year.