HoneyLand Enters Open Beta, Combines GameFi and Web2 Experiences for Players
HoneyLand, a competitive resource-gathering game, has entered its open beta stage and is preparing for a full release with both Web3 and Web2 versions to appeal to a wider user base.
Open Beta for HoneyLand: A Play-to-Own Game
HoneyLand, a game initially based on NFTs with a focus on uniquely animated Bee characters, has entered its open beta stage. The resource-gathering game revolves around the stats of Bee characters, which are crucial to the game's economy. With the open beta, HoneyLand has reset player levels from the alpha stage, offering a fair opportunity for players to work on the map, gather resources, and earn HXD tokens.
HoneyLand's Upcoming Full Release
According to HoneyLand's roadmap, the full release in the coming months will feature both Web3 and Web2 versions. This approach aims to appeal to GameFi fans and mainstream users alike. Currently, the HXD token is exclusively available within the game, with an IDO sale and exchange listings planned for the future. HoneyLand will continue evolving, with NFT staking and the development of a native marketplace included in the game's growth plans.
HoneyLand provides a variety of NFT content, such as Bees, Development NFT, cosmetic items, Hive items, and land. The game necessitates NFT transactions for certain items and permits NFT staking for passive income generation. HoneyLand's economy emphasizes balancing honey production, the game's main objective, with simulated mining to avoid asset over-production.
In a distinctive move, HoneyLand will transition to Web2 after initially launching with an NFT collection and Web3 GameFi features. The goal is to create an enjoyable product that can be played as a traditional game, separate from the game's Web3 economy and tokens. By offering both Web3 and Web2 experiences, HoneyLand aims to attract a broader audience and provide a fun gaming experience for all players.