Hyper League Releases Updates on Racing Modes
Blockchain vehicle racing game Hyper League has released two different racing modes.
Hyper League is a P2E NFT game that allows interactive competition through racing in the Metaverse. The game developers have introduced different racing modes for racing on the tracks. Each racing mode has unique stats and hurdles, which invariably affect the car’s performance. Players have the freedom to choose their preferred racing modes. Currently, there are two types of racing modes a racer can choose from, namely: the Sprint mode and the Circuit mode.
In a subsequent release, there will be an addition of more racing modes. Players will compete in different racing modes using their vehicle NFTs. There are only two racing modes available at the moment. Racers will have access to more tracks soon.
Hyper League’s New Racing Mode
The first racing mode is the Sprint mode. It is a one-way racer where players can speed up their vehicles on bumpy tracks. The rough track is an additional challenge to the game mode. Players will struggle with the uneven road and other players to win the race. Racers with superpower vehicles can easily win the challenge against their opponents in the Sprint race.
The Circuit mode is a racing mode also known as the Circle race. In this racing mode, there are different paths within a circuit. To maximize the fun, racers can challenge and compete with their opponent in the circuit. A racer must outrun other players to win the game. Compared to the Sprint mode, this racing mode will be more challenging to win. Racers can win the race by choosing a vehicle with excellent qualities. A few days ago, Hyper league unveiled G-Racer 5000, a blazing-fast hover vehicle. G-Racer 5000 has an average speed of 250kmph, though some cars have over 400kmph.