Colonize Mars Set to Launch Mission Four in July to Improve Gaming Mechanics
The Blockchain-based simulation game has announced that plans are underway to introduce Mission Four of its Game alongside an improved Gaming Mechanics in July.
In Mission Three of Colonize Mars, a special pack for the mission was offered for purchase. The team also revealed a new staking system for the Martia token, which generated sixteen different resources. These resources were broadly divided into Natural resources, Human Resources, Energy Resources, Material Resources and Labor Resources.
However, the team has announced that the staking system would be replaced with a new economy in Mission Four. In addition, the Mission Four NFTs sales would commence in July, allowing players to purchase cards from NFT pools.
Although Colonize Mars debuted as an idle clicking and staking game, the game project is set to experience a new dimension in its Mar settlement development. These new features will change the production chain, simulation and NFT pools. This will force players to change the way they play the game.
How Does the New Resource Production Chain Work?
Colonize Mars has earlier intended to make the passive staking system a temporary in-game feature, but the team is now ready to keep the production chain running. Each NFT will now have its production value and cost for producing the resources. The combination of right resources produces desired resources, i.e. an ice rig requires power to produce water.
All NFTs will produce resources and Martia tokens hourly, if they meet the requirements. Resources production is affected by the health of the NFTs; damaged cards reduce the reward output. These rewards are shared in pools: pool share will be dependent on the number of pool participants and card rarity.
This newly introduced economy will force players of Colonize Wars to strategically make use of their NFTs against the traditional method of just dumping their NFT for a token reward. All Colonize Mars resources are available on the WAX blockchain for transactional activities outside the game.
Mission Four cards would be bought from card pools. There are four pools available, namely:? Pool, Legendary Pool, Ultimate Pool and Standard Pool each with different odds for finding various card rarities.
All cards (Ownership, Sponsorship and Solar Flare card) for Mission Four will come randomly from these pools. Mission Four is separated into four drops(construction, infrastructure, geology and security) with uniquely different themes.