Myria Welcomes 2 New NFT Games: Carnage Carnival and Meta Nomads
One is a free-to-play MOBA, while another one is a sci-fi hoverboard game. Which one's which? Let's find out now!
As Myria continues to expand its ever-growing ecosystem, the Web3 gaming platform adds two new blockbuster titles: Carnage Carnival and Meta Nomads. Here's the scoop!
About Carnage Carnival
Initially built on Binance Smart Chain (BSC), Carnage Carnival is a free-to-play MOBA NFT game that has made the switch to Myria. With sharp cartoon graphics and tradable cosmetics, the game allows players to enjoy the thrill of gaming while earning an array of tradeable tokens and NFTs.
Free players can earn in-game tokens $TIX, while paid players with NFT Heroes will earn $CAC. According to its whitepaper, $TIX can be used to claim common NFT equipment when players have reached a certain rank. As for $CAC, the token can be staked for yield farming and used to upgrade buildings and cover marketplace fees.
Interestingly, only builders in Carnage Carnival will be able to realize the full potential of in-game NFTs. After the genesis sale, there will be two NFT buildings: Barrack and Armory, available for players to craft NFT Heroes and equipment.
The project is expected to launch its NFT presale soon, with Alpha and Beta tests to come in Q4 2022. Here's what Carnage Carnival looks like in the trailer below:
About Meta Nomads
And let's not forget about Meta Nomads, another exciting AAA addition to the Myria ecosystem. Developed using Unreal Engine 5, Meta Nomads is a post-apocalyptic battle racing game set on planet Mars.
Here, players can enjoy fast-paced, 3D third-person shooter actions while flying on a Hoverboard across derelict cities. Meta Nomads (a.k.a. players) will fight each other for loot in multiple cities in last-player-standing death matches that could last ten to fifteen minutes.
With that, skillful Nomads will earn $NMD tokens, which can be cashed out for fiat or reinvested in weapons or accessories like hoverboard boosts, skins, armors, domes, and lands. The game, however, is only accessible to those who own NFT Passes, which can be obtained from OpenSea.
Take note that a closed Beta testing of Meta Nomads will go live by the end of October. If you're curious to know what it feels like to race on Mars, make sure to check out its in-game trailer here.