Haunted Space Single-Player Version Is Launching for NFT Holders in Beta on February 24th, Featuring a New System
The single-player version of Haunted Space is a story-driven, open-world space game that is releasing in beta for Genesis Pass NFT holders with a new system called “The Hole” on Friday, February 24th.
Italian Games Factory, the developers of Haunted Space, has announced that the single-player version of the blockchain title is scheduled to launch in beta exclusively for holders of Genesis Pass NFTs on Friday, February 24th.
The announcement was made on the game’s official Twitter profile last week, with the tweet mentioning that this beta release will feature a new system called “The Hole”. No details seem to be available on this new system at the time of writing, but more info will probably be revealed soon, as the company has stated that they plan on soon providing everything we need to know for this upcoming launch.
Incubated by the popular incubator and launchpad, Seedify, Haunted Space is a space combat game in development by experienced game developers who were accepted into the Epic MegaGrants program to receive support in developing this single-player and multiplayer blockchain title. This single-player part is labeled as RAIDERS OF THE SONIC MATTER and was described in November last year as being a story-driven, open-world sci-fi and horror game “based on action and space exploration.” It’s been in development for more than 4 years and includes more than 20 hours “of an overwhelming, immersive, and one-of-a-kind story” next to which there are also various different side quests to enjoy as you mine for resources, trade and explore in first and third-person view. The multiplayer version on the other hand is known as “Origins” and it will feature play-and-earn mechanics alongside being free to play.
The full game is expected to be released on PC via Steam, but also on Xbox and PlayStation consoles.