DoRac launches on mobile in alpha
The alpha version of the dog racing space metaverse can now be played on Android devices. It can also be tested on PC as a downloadable and browser-based title.
The Alpha version of DoRac, a play-to-earn metaverse, is now officially available on mobile devices.
Those who’d like to test out the game can download the mobile title from the game’s official website. As of writing, it seems the Android version is the only one currently available for mobile users. Aside from playing on mobile, the game is also available on PC as a downloadable title as well as a browser-based WebGL game.
DoRac is a dog racing space metaverse which will run on the BNB Chain. Made in the Unity engine, players will get to trade, breed, train and feed dogs in the form of NFTs, which can be used for taking part in races, tournaments and championships, with every race featuring from 8-12 dogs. A mixture of RNG and the stats of the dog determine the winner of the race, with stats such as stamina, luck, agility and weight affecting a dog’s chance of finishing first in the race – the higher the weight stat, the lower the agility stat, decreasing the potential chances of winning.
Featuring a dual-token economy, the game will have daily $DRT races and daily $DORC races. In both cases, the top 3 in a race are rewarded with tokens. A dog NFT can take part in 20 $DRT races per day, with no limit in place for daily $DORC races.
There will be 10-hour tournaments hosted after every 2 weeks on the 15th day, and are meant to act as a qualifying round to the Championship that takes place every 90th day. Championships have prize pools which may include $DORC, land and more.
The full game is scheduled to launch in Q4 this year.