Planet Sandbox releases cinematic trailer
The official trailer showcases some of the playable character NFTs battling it out on one of the types of land that will be available in the third-person sandbox shooter.
The Minders Studio, the developers of Planet Sandbox, has released a cinematic trailer for their sandbox shooter.
The official trailer showcases various characters fighting each other with a variety of different weapons and special abilities on a desolate, rocky land in animated 3D action. This physics-powered title will feature various different types of land, with the one seen in the video called Devastatum. There will be a total of 5 different types of land or planets.
In this play-to-earn third-person shooter, players get to battle in a couple of different game modes using weapon NFTs while playing as one of 9 diverse characters called Champions. Both weapons and Champions NFTs can be acquired at the game’s own marketplace. There are also mystery boxes, 3 types specifically for weapon NFTs and 3 types for Champions NFTs: normal, epic and premium mystery boxes. Mystery boxes as well as weapons and characters sold on the marketplace can be bought using the game’s two tokens, $PBS and $PULV. A testnet version of the dApp and marketplace can be currently found on the official website, requiring players to connect to the testnet network of the BNB Chain and claim the necessary testnet tokens in order to get the needed NFTs to play. Details on how to do that can be found here.
Players will be able to earn by completing in-game quests, finishing daily tasks, making their own maps in the building mode and more. There will be 2 PVP modes, battle royale and deathmatch, as well as 3 PVE modes: Zombie, Props Hunt and the Squid Game inspired mode, Red Light – Green Light. Those who’d like to try out the current testnet version which includes the battle royale mode can do so by downloading the game launcher for Windows PCs on the title’s official website, with a Mac version to be released at some point in the future.
According to the roadmap, an official mainnet release enabling play-to-earn is scheduled for Q3 this year, in the same quarter a mobile testnet version is also slated to release, while in Q4, all of the previously mentioned PVE modes alongside the builder mode, a renting function, DAO and metaverse are planned to launch.