Oceanland releases Free-to-Play mode
Interested players can sign up and play the new mode using a free NFT without needing to have a crypto wallet.
The free-to-play mode of Oceanland, a play-to-earn NFT game, has officially been released.
Playing the F2P mode doesn't require having a wallet, nor an NFT or the game's $OLAND token, only a simple email registration. On the Mining page, free-to-play players will see one of 4 Tier-0 NFTs attached to their account that they can use to play for free straight away: a basket, a cutter stone, a coconut shell or a hammer. These are free NFTs which act as “Crude” versions of Tier-1 NFTs. While no resources are consumed when using these free NFTs, nor is there a time limit to how long they can be used, they still have durability, and once durability drops to 0, the free NFT will no longer be usable and end up simply disappearing.
Those who want to can attach their MetaMask wallet to their email whenever they want, which is necessary to do so for those who'd like to perform actions such as equipping, withdrawing and crafting.
The cooldown time for free NFTs is 30 minutes while the use of more than one account on the same IP address is not allowed.
Those who are already playing Oceanland and have 1 NFT equipped will also receive a free NFT.
Instructions on how to sign up to play the game for free and optionally attach a MetaMask wallet to the account can be found in the Medium article that is linked in the tweet down below.