DeFi Kingdoms' PvP Mini-Game DFK Duel is Now Live on Beta
Last Thursday, DeFi Kingdoms rolled out its long-awaited DFK Duel on Beta. The mini-game is reportedly the first PvP game mode available in DeFi Kingdom's ecosystem since its launch in March 2022. Here's a quick view of what it looks like!
DeFi Kingdoms' DFK Duel: What does it look like
On last Thursday, the P2E crypto game DeFi Kingdoms finally rolled out its long-awaited DFK Duel on Beta. Notably speaking, the mini-game is the first-ever PvP game mode that DeFi Kingdom has ever had since its launch in March 2022. Given that, what does the game look like then?
To begin with, DFK Duel is mostly about stats comparison between hero NFTs, with luck playing a certain role during the match. At first sight, the game looks pretty much like an idle clicker game. But the underlying mechanics can be quite complex actually.
Now, to access DFK Duel, you just need to visit the Duel Master in the Tavern on the map. From there, select the duel size you want to take part in. It can be 1v1 Solo, 3v3 Squad, or 9v9 War. Regardless of which duel size, players will need to pay an entry fee in both Gold and $JEWEL before the match begins. Winners will get back their Gold and earn some raffle tickets. On the other hand, losers won't get back their Gold, but they can still earn 1 ticket at least.
How is the winner decided in DFK Duel?
As mentioned, DFK Duel is mostly about stats comparison (and luck) in many cases. In essence, the game automatically compares Heroes' Stats, Background, and Elements back-to-back during the match. Then assign points to each Hero based on its characteristics. The Hero with the most points in the final roll will be declared the winner.
So if your Hero NFT happens to have well-rounded stats or a dominant element, then your Hero will stand a higher chance to win. You can refer to DeFi Kingdom's detailed guide on how points are awarded in DFK Duel.
Although winning the duel is more of a coin toss, DFK Duel has received much interest from existing players in DeFi Kingdoms. By June 17th, there were 10,000 duels played in the game already. However, some players think that it would be better for the team to define an official use for raffle tickets before launching the game. As of now, it is anyone's guess what they can do with the raffle tickets that they've earned.