Drunk Robots reveals details on first version of the Gangs system launching soon
The upcoming Gangs system allows players to create clans with up to 50 members.
The developers of Drunk Robots, a play-to-earn game on the BNB Chain, have revealed some details on the first version of the upcoming Gangs system.
In a recent Medium article, the team has revealed that the v1.0 of the guild feature is set to release either by the end of this month or the beginning of August, giving players the option to create open gangs which are joinable by those with a high enough rating. A gang is ranked based on the win rate of all the players part of it. The win rate is determined by dividing the amount of wins with the total number of PvP battles, after which the new value is multiplied by 100 in order to get the actual win rate.
The 1.0 version will allow the creation of 3 types of gangs, enable gang editing, the leaderboard for gangs, the option to see detailed info on the members of the gang and the gang itself, as well as the ability to invite, add and remove members. A gang can have a maximum of 50 members.
For more detailed information on how this clan mechanic works, check out the whitepaper here.
Drunk Robots is an idle NFT title where PvP is the main game mode for which players need to have at least one NFT robot in order to play and earn the game’s core $METAL token. Next to PvP, there is also a racing mode where, aside from having a robot, players also need to own a cart in order to play and compete for the top 3 spots in races that are rewarded with $METAL. There are also two free-to-play mini-games: Ninja and Knockout. The first is a top-down shooter where a total of 10k $METAL is given out every week to players who have 100 or more points, while the second is an endless runner featuring the same reward system.