Sunflower Land unveils six months roadmap
The play-to-earn Game has uncovered its roadmap to update its community members on future projects and plans.
Sunflower Land has released its roadmap for the next six months, and the comprehensive document offered an in-depth view into the expansion plan of the play-to-earn game while highlighting the challenges encountered since its launch.
Sunflower Land is a play-to-earn game in which farmers are on a quest to explore land, collect exotic resources, and craft new items with the objective of building a farming empire. The Game’s roadmap contains its development plan, and is divided into the following areas: Gameplay, Community, Company, and Token.
The Gameplay roadmap has at its core Land expansion. The objective of the Land expansion feature is to accumulate the relevant resources to expand its Metaverse. Within the next six months, the team hopes to provide more utility for existing game resources and enable players to build more prominent empires on a single account instead of the temptation of multi-accounting. In addition, plans are underway to customize and improve game components while also releasing four new NFTs that provide in-game utility or serve as collectibles.
In the area of Company and Community growth, the team is focused on creating transparent systems to promote collaborations and strengthen the core of its community by onboarding highly skilled Professionals into its network. Other growth plans include Weekly updates from the core team, the development of community voting software, creating a Discord/ticketing support system for players, etc.
Concerning the Game’s token plans, the Game seeks to provide value instead of speculated interest and also reduce the risk of scams from malicious actors. Furthermore, the team also plans to have a QuickSwap whitelist token to improve legitimacy and reduce scam tokens, two independent audits, and a QuickSwap Syrup incentive to stabilize liquidity.
Additional information on the roadmap components can be found on the Sunflower Land website.