Drunk Robots Launches PvP Public Test
Players must have a robot before playing the visualization test, but the mode has bugs that may occur during the test.
PvP Public Test
Drunk Robots is launching the public visualization test for PvP battles. Only players with a robot can play the test, and they must register and go to the dashboard, games and PvP mode.
The game team said,
“Some didn’t believe it, some were shaking in anticipation, some were crying at night, some drank alcohol while waiting — all your sacrifices were not in vain! The day has come! We are ready to provide everyone with access to a public visualization test of our PvP battles!”
This PvP test is only compatible with desktop devices, according to the feature of the Unity game engine and WebGL support. However, there may be specific issues with the game. It may not start; if it does, it may not work correctly. It may not include the opponent’s robots or some animation and may eventually crash.
Also, parts of the equipment may not load or be displayed on top of each other. Robots may fight with only one weapon, but they use both. Conversely, robots may be left with low health, whereas they are dead. There can be bugs related to visual and sound components. Due to these bugs, Drunk Robots has added a feature to allow players to skip battles and start battles in the previous version that didn’t have visualization.
Latest Developments About Drunk Robots
Drunk Robots is a play-to-earn game that works on the BSC network. The gaming platform recently partnered with metaverse Job Japan to improve marketing and advertising and draw more players to the game.
Drunk Robot also released the first version of Gangs. The game said,
“In this version, you will have the opportunity to create a gang of one of three types, accept and exclude members, and also climb up in the gangs’ leaderboard to show who rules in Los Machines.”