MetaShooter updates game systems, adds new missions and rewards
The hunting metaverse now has three different types of missions.
The team behind MetaShooter, a play-to-earn hunting metaverse has released an update that improves existing game systems while adding in new missions and rewards.
The systems in question are the general ticket and points system, which have now been streamlined in an effort to fix exploits, bugs as well as prevent potential cheating. Weekly challenges, as well as tickets, are now no longer available. Instead of having 3 tickets for a mission, players now only have one chance of successfully completing it. There are now 3 different missions: Shooting Range (the first mission), Farm Defense (the second mission) and Duck Hunt (the third mission). The first mission has received a couple of tweaks, but aside from bugfixing and removing weekly challenges and tickets, this one remains about the same as before. In the second mission, Farm Defense, players are tasked with defending a farm, or more specifically, three sheep from wolves for 90 seconds. As for Mallard or Duck Hunt, the third mission, players have one minute to shoot down as many ducks as they can.
Each mission gives you points. After finishing all 3 missions, all of the points get added up together in order to get a total score. The top 20 players on the leaderboard are eligible for rewards. The scoreboard has also been updated, allowing players to view info such as scores in previous days and more.
According to the roadmap, a mobile version of MetaShooter is set to launch in Q4 this year, followed by the full official release sometime in 2023.