BR1 Infinite Launches Closed Beta Test with USDC Funded Tester Accounts
According to the game's developer BRAVO READY, all Beta testers' accounts will be funded with USDC so players can enjoy "kill-to-earn" as much as they want.
Get ready to play BR1 for free and retain all of your USDC earnings
BR1: Infinite, a highly-anticipated shooter game on Solana, is now live in closed Beta. According to BRAVO READY, everyone is welcome to sign up for the Beta, with or without an NFT. Testers' accounts will also be funded with USDC so players can try out the game risk-free.
To begin, BR1 is the world's first risk-based shooter game that runs on the Solana network. It is a never-ending battle royale that combines pay-to-spawn and kill-to-earn models.
How it works is that players will first pay an entry fee (usually $1) to spawn in the game and earn the greater of 10% or $1 upon eliminating a player. For instance, if you took out a player with $20 on them in the $1 Risk Mode, you could earn the greater of 10% ($2) or $1 in return. In this case, you would earn $2 for that kill.
Based on the example above, it can be seen that the P2E mechanism in BR1 is pretty straightforward. There are no in-game currencies to grind for since you will be earning USDC from other players.
As of now, this closed Beta test is open for applications. Interested individuals can sign up here to fill out the application form. Successful applicants will receive an access key, a free human Operative, and some USDC to start playing. Best part is, gamers can also keep their earnings from the Beta test.
The team has also prepared a table of estimated hourly rewards based on specific Kill Death Rations (K/D). The more entry fee you pay and the more skillful you are, the more you can earn, as shown below.
With AAA graphics, various weapon choices, and a vast game map of 55 football fields long, BR1 is set to offer an enjoyable gameplay experience for both FPS and TPS players. To learn more, check out the official tweet below: