Upcoming Game MuTerra Shares Details on Gameplay
The Tamar License is compulsory for players that want to earn, and MUT will be the primary in-game currency.
Players must hold a License to play MuTerra
Soon-to-be-released Hive-based blockchain game, Muterra has shed more light on its activities as the game team continues to work on releasing the game. MuTerra is a taming and creature-battling game that combines elements of collectible card games (TCG) and role-playing games (RPG).
Players must have a Tamer License to play and earn rewards in MuTerra. These licenses, which exist as non-fungible tokens (NFTs), allow players to unlock all of the game's features when given to a Tamer. Players with multiple Tamers will need multiple Tamer Licenses.
These licenses will cost $20, but the first 10,000 will be sold at a discounted price of $10. When a Tamer is transferred to a new owner, the Tamer License becomes inactive, and the new owner must apply for a new license to reactivate it. Players can also use a Tamer License to a common, default Tamer to turn it into a common Tamer NFT. The date of the Tamer License sale has yet to be announced.
In MuTerra, the Mutee Utility Token (MUT) is the primary in-game currency and can be used for various purposes. The game's developers plan to distribute an initial batch of MUT tokens through airdrops to holders of MuTerra assets for five years. MUT token holders will also have the option to engage in token staking, which allows them to earn more MUT by holding and contributing tokens to a pool.
The team plans to offer staking rewards over five years, with the number of rewards available decreasing yearly. They also plan to create a MUT-HIVE liquidity pool and provide rewards for contributing to it. Other sources of MUT tokens include NFT burning, winning battles, and collecting game resources.