Moon Strike Public Tournament announced to start on October 4
The alpha tournament for the sci-fi FPS and base-building title will be hosted exclusively on the Fractal marketplace from October 4 to October 7.
The team behind Moon Strike, a multiplayer sci-fi NFT shooter, has announced a public alpha tournament.
Revealed in a tweet at the beginning of this month, the tournament is scheduled to start on October 4 at 3 PM GMT / 11 AM EST / 11 PM PHT exclusively on Fractal, a Solana-based marketplace. The tournament’s description states that players will be “dispatched to secure rare earth minerals from the moon surface” while facing enemy robots. As it’s an alpha tournament, the developers are open to receiving feedback, while rewards and rules have not been announced at the time of writing. The tournament will end on October 7 at 3 PM GMT / 11 AM EST / 11 PM PHT.
In development in Unreal Engine, the play-to-earn title has players work together to build a base on the moon while fighting other players in third-person and first-person shooter gameplay. According to the game’s litepaper, players will be able to enjoy fast-paced 5v5 FPS PvP matches while trying to survive in the dangerous environment with limited oxygen that forces players to tactically move through unique, procedurally-generated battlegrounds. Throughout a match players will fight for resources and important points in an effort to gain control of the map. There’ll be various melee and ranged weapons, as well as gadgets and consumables. It’ll be possible to own land to build a base on as well as mine various resources to craft a range of different items. Some gameplay can be found in this tweet posted earlier this year. The game is planned to be globally released in Q2 2023, the same quarter in which it’ll be integrated on various blockchain networks.